Wilderness Center Current Newsletter
Welcome to The Wilderness Center. We are a non-profit nature center in Northeast Ohio. We have 10 miles of hiking trails through old growth forest and prairies, passing a lake, pond, and look-out tower. Stop in at the Interpretive Building with a wonderful Nature Store, interactive Display Room, and Wildlife Observation Room. We also have an Astronomy Education Building with a Planetarium and Observatory. We are protecting 3,258 acres of forest, streams, prairie and farmlands. The Wilderness Center has been serving the community as the “go to” nature center for education and land conservation since 1964.
Bring a sack lunch and join Executive Director, Dr. Jeff Corney, for this three-part series exploring climate change and the effects it may have on Ohio’s natural areas
Join TWC to celebrate Earth Day April 18, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Trail clean-up, Backpacking Demo, Foto Fest, Wild Edibles, a Climate Change talk and more.
Please consider giving a gift that is truly a celebration of nature – a tax deductible donation to TWC.
Whether you are a teacher or other group leader, TWC offers nature exploration opportunities designed to help your children discover the world around them. Download our brochure now!
Foxfield Preserve is a nonprofit cemetery operated by The Wilderness Center, a nonprofit nature center and land trust. Your loved ones will walk beautiful nature trails as they visit a final resting place in a nature preserve.
TWC Consulting Forestry is a professional consulting business that provides complete forest management and timber services for private landowners.
The Wilderness Center is now offering the Community Watershed Conservation Partnership (CWCP) program, a first of its kind in Ohio