Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

2600 South Park Blvd
OH 44120

Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

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The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving a natural area, connecting people with nature, and inspiring environmental stewardship.The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes conserves 20 acres of land comprising floodplain, marsh and upland habitat and provides walking trails as well as programs for individuals and school groups. The Nature Center was named a National Environmental Education Landmark in 1971 by the National Park Service of the United States Department of the Interior, making it one of the first organizations to be recognized as such. It is also designated as a National Environmental Study Area by the Park Service for the unique educational opportunities offered by the diverse natural habitats found in its urban setting. In 2003, the Audubon Society designated it as a worldwide Important Bird Area. After renovating and expanding its facilities in 2003 using sustainable building practices, the Nature Center received the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2004 Energy Star Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency. In 2006, the Nature Center was certified as an official Wildlife Habitat site by the National Wildlife Federation. The Nature Center is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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