EEA is a professional education and networking association. Its mission is to serve as a self-governed, non-profit organization to promote communication and education among professionals in the field of environmental education.
EEA works to promote environmental education by providing opportunities for member organizations, schools, and the general public to get involved through the annual EEA conference, member newsletter, environmental events posted on its Web site, and teacher resource directory.
See what other nature and environmental learning centers Georgia have to offer at Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia’s resource/provider search.
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, managed by the National Park Service, is responsible for the management and care of numerous parks along the Chattahoochee River in the Atlanta Area. We have enjoyed a partnership with the CRNRA for several years as they host 7 weeks of our summer camps at their Island Ford Unit and have an important presence at our annual Butterfly Festival.
We are proud to have been an active Project Site for Georgia Master Gardeners in Dekalb County since 1996. For more information about the Master Gardener program visit this site.
DNC Master Gardener Site Leaders: Rita Johnston & Su Ellis.
NAAEE is the professional association for environmental education. Members promote professional excellence in nonformal organizations, K-12 classrooms, universities (both instructors and students), government agencies, and corporate settings throughout North America and in over 55 other countries.
Since 1971, the Association has created opportunities for its members to improve their skills in creating and delivering programs and services that teach people how to think, not what to think.
Atlanta Audubon Society is the metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, affiliate of the National Audubon Society. Representing one of eight chapters of Audubon in Georgia, AAS has over 3400 members in the area.
Visit our Web site to learn more about Atlanta Audubon’s many activities — monthly meetings with featured speakers, weekly bird walks during migration, field trips to local birding hotspots, and other special events. Come join us at one of these upcoming events!
Metro Atlanta Beekeepers’ Association is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that supports an active beekeeping community and promotes the art and science of bees and beekeeping to the public through education, events and services. The Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association maintains the demonstration beehives at the Nature Center along with offering a Junior Beekeeping class at the nature center.
The purpose of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association is to promote the recreation, health, safety, welfare, benefit and enjoyment of the homeowners within the community. The DHA strives to ensure that Dunwoody is preserved principally for high quality residential use. The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is a long-time supporter of the activities and operations of the Dunwoody Nature Center, providing financial assistance and dedicated volunteers for many of our events and programs throughout the year.
For more information, visit: www.DunwoodyGA.org
Dunwoody. One smart stay. One smart destination.
For more information, contact visit: www.CVBDunwoody.com
The City of Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Department strives to provide the residents of Dunwoody with the highest quality parks, recreational services and green space to enhance the quality of life to our community.
The City of Dunwoody manages six major parks with combined land space of over 156 acres. Two of the City’s parks are currently under development. These parks are home to several major events each year and offer a variety of activities including skating, tennis, and more.
For more information, contact:
Parks and Recreation Manager
4800 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
The Dunwoody Woman’s Club, vital to the Nature Center’s original formation, continues to provide annual support for a variety of programs including gardening, art and education. The Nature Center has benefited greatly from the Dunwoody Woman’s Club Community Improvement Project. In the past three years, the Woman’s Club has provided grant funding towards field trip transportation for Title I schools, for field trip materials to support new field trip offerings and for materials and program development in support of outreach programs that can be taken into schools. In addition, the Nature Center is a recipient of the Dunwoody Woman’s Club’s Adopt-A-Bench program, which has provided 10 benches located throughout the Nature Center’s grounds.