Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes was founded in 1966 as part of a grassroots movement to prevent the construction of a freeway through the Shaker Parklands. Today, that land has become an urban park that is free and open to the public year-round. Each year, more than 40,000 walkers, runners, bird watchers and other nature lovers visit the Center, and at least 15,000 children participate in nearly 30,000 hours of curriculum-related school programming. The Nature Center has been designated as a National Environmental Education Landmark (U.S. National Park Service), an Important Bird Area (Audubon Society), and an official Wildlife Habitat site (National Wildlife Federation). The mission of the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes is to conserve a natural area, connect people with nature, and inspire environmental stewardship.
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