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The organization has seen tremendous increase across all program areas and performed diligently in financial stewardship during this exciting time of substantial growth. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 2019 the Society set high records for program attendance and visitors enjoying the beauty of the preserve along with its healthy outdoor activities.
- The organization served a total of 27,506 individuals with educational programs, events and healthy outdoor activities at the nature center.
- The organization conducted 130 school field trip/school outreach/organized group programs. These school/school outreach/organized group programs served a total of 7,744 students and Scouts who were provided with hands-on experience in nature.
- The organization conducted 210 public programs and events for children, adults and miscellaneous groups at the nature center and other venues. These programs served 8,034 individuals (ages two years old through senior adult) with age-appropriate programs and activities designed to enhance learning in a natural environment.
- The organization’s dedicated corps of 225 individuals volunteered 4,786 hours in support of TNS programs, activities and initiatives. Comprising 98% of our workforce, these devoted volunteers donated time and effort to help with such activities as: educational program assistance, trail maintenance, clean-up projects, Maple Syrup program, fundraising events, blue bird monitoring, front desk reception and administrative support.