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LITTLE ROCK AUDUBON CENTER…VISIT AN URBAN WILDERNESS
Learn how Audubon Arkansas encourages urban students to become environmental stewards.
The Arkansas Audubon Center's goal is to foster a new generation of trail advocates and conservationists by introducing youth to an urban wilderness. It is located in the heart of Little Rock and is home to several diverse habitat types including rare nepheline syenite glades.
Participate in hands-on activities to learn how Audubon Arkansas encourages urban students to become environmental stewards. Learn how Audubon has formed partnerships to develop trails and restoration projects on this area. Explore this site and learn about the Audubon Arkansas’ “learn and lead” conservation efforts.
Leader: Mary Miller Smith, Director of Education, Audubon Arkansas
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about trails in Little Rock and Arkansas:
photos: Cool Trail Solutions
Dam Bridge" project
Little Rock's Arkansas
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The "Big Dam Bridge" project
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Updated December 23, 2008