Woldumar Nature Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit environmental education center. Funding sources include member contributions, modest program fees, fundraising events, support from businesses and corporations and, on occasion, grants to develop new programs. Volunteer time and item/service donations are also a tremendous source of support. We are a United Way recipient agency with Capital Area United Way and Eaton County United Way. No tax dollars are used to support this organization.

New This Year!

Give the gift of science! So many teachers and families have had wonderful educational experiences with Woldumar's programs. Unfortunately, due to schools' limited time and budgets, not every class can make a visit. We are asking individuals to consider giving the gift of a Traveling Naturalist Program to an area class, or even your own child's class.

How it works: Visit our School Programs page and complete a program request. We will contact you to confirm your gift and receive payment. We will contact the teacher to choose and schedule your program. A one-hour Traveling Naturalist program costs $100.00 per class.

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Now you can support Woldumar's environmental education efforts every time you use your Kroger Plus card!
Simply visit the Kroger Community Rewards site, create an online account, and enter Woldumar Nature Center under the "Organization Name" section.

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Shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday at smile.amazon.com/ch/38-1804314 and Amazon donates to Woldumar Nature Association.

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Financial Links:

Most Recent Annual Report

Woldumar's 2013/14 990

You can also make a financial contribution to Woldumar’s efforts through the following links:

Eaton County United Way

Capital Area United Way