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At the Dunwoody Nature Center, we aim to inspire the love of nature and cultivate environmental understanding by providing lifelong environmental education. We offer a variety of programs and activities that engage the public and provide the community with a sense of place within the natural world. We are located in Dunwoody, Georgia, just north of Metro Atlanta.

Things To Do

Dunwoody Nature Artist Market

We've partnered with the Dunwoody Fine Art Association to launch the Dunwoody Nature Artist Market on Etsy. A portion of the proceeds from the art sales will be generously donated to the Nature Center.

Backyard Scientists Nature Classes

On Wednesdays in September, K-5th graders can take a break from virtual learning and come to the nature center for outdoor nature and science activities. All classes are based on the Georgia Standards of Excellence in Science for K-5th graders.

Compost Your Pumpkins

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Let your old pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns decompose the natural way by dropping them off at the Nature Center for composting.

Saturday Volunteers

On the second Saturday of each month, the Dunwoody Nature Center hosts a Saturday morning service day for anyone in the community who wishes to volunteer. We welcome high school clubs, service organizations and other groups. It’s a wonderful way to start off your weekend in nature and service.

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