Visit the Wesselman Nature Society
The Wesselman Nature Society is an organization which stands to protect the 200-acre tract in Evansville that is formally known as the Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. This non-profit organization was founded in 1972, and since then has acquired two more preserves to protect from environmental harm: the Howell Wetlands, and the Canoe Evansville.
About the Wesselman Nature Society
The goal of the Wesselman Nature Society is to provide a rich, educational experience about the importance of land preservation and caring for the environment for all its members and guests. In addition to this, the Wesselman Nature Society strives to create a fun recreational environment for all who frequent these preserves. For this reason, the Wesselman Nature Society offers educational programs for children, adults, and families. In addition to this, there are also programs available for school events and scouts, which creates an inclusive atmosphere, granting everyone the ability to participate in aiding the environment.
Events are frequently hosted by the Wesselman Nature Society. Some of these upcoming events include: The Bug Fest on July 21st, Recycle Saturdays, and much more. Some events, like Recycle Saturdays, are recurring and allow people to consistently have a convenient place and time to recycle their goods. Others, such as the Bug Fest on July 21st, consist of family-friendly gatherings wherein you can learn about a particular genre or family of specimens, while acquiring a greater appreciation for the environment. For more information on upcoming events in the Wesselman Nature Society, search here.
The Wesselman Nature Society also provides a variety of ways to support the society, preserves, and environmental wellness. Those who share a desire in helping can dedicate trees or adopt animals as a means of contributing towards the society. The Wesselman Nature Society even provides an article on “Leading and Environmentally Friendly Life” to grant all visitors tips on how to give back to the environment.
Located adjacent to the McDonald Golf Course, the Wesselman Nature Society encourages you to explore all of the preserves it protects. The society is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. If you’re in search for a hotel to stay in while exploring the preserves of the Wesselman Nature Society, the Economy Inn and Suites Henderson is located nearby. This hotel offers impressive guest amenities and friendly staffing, making it the ideal place to stay while in the area.
Stay at Economy Inn and Suites Henderson
While exploring the Wesselman Nature Society, enjoy your stay at the Economy Inn and Suites Henderson. Located conveniently within 10.3 miles of the hotel, the Economy Inn and Suites Henderson offers the best rates when you book directly at: www.economyinnsuites.com.