The Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center, the city’s first public nature center, contributes to a wealth of knowledge about our environment and the interaction of plants, animals and humans with each other in urban settings.
With your support…
We can protect open land, build community gardens, and educate the next generation today and for years to come.
Want to be more hands-on? Donate your time and talent with us! If you’d like to sign up to get emails when we need volunteers. Please tell us your volunteer interests, such as land conservation, community gardens, Picture Your World, office/admin, events, etc.
More ways you can help
- How has nature impacted your life? What do you want for our environment’s future? Please contact us and share your experiences.
- Become an advocate for open space, clean water, urban green spaces, and environmental education in your community.
- Support us while shopping online, through Amazon Smiles and iGive.