The Center for Conservation was created as a response to the growing need for collaborative conservation across the Midwest region. Our vision is to engage in conservation-focused activities that have direct positive impacts on the natural areas and human lives in the Tri-State region. The Center is invested in the preservation and restoration of native habitats in and around the Cincinnati-TriState region. Our approach is holistic, and our view of the natural areas across SW Ohio is one of integrated landscapes; that is, people and wildlife living together. Thus, in addition to land management practices, we place equal stewardship value on educational programming, recreation, public engagement in conservation & sustainability, and cultural & formal events.
CNC is working to help save the monarch butterfly, one milkweed seed at a time. check out http://milkweedtomonarchs.org/
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Contact Cincinnati Nature Center
4949 Tealtown Road
Milford, Ohio 45150 Phone:
Services provided in:
- Clermont County, Ohio
- Hamilton County, Ohio