It's My Nature, Nature Center Improvements

November 11, 2020

Leaning into its mission to return the park to its original splendor, the It’s My Nature Campaign partners with Metro Parks to provide critical attention and repair to the Warner Park Nature Center. 

Improvements to the Susanne Warner Bass Learning Center include: 

  • repairs to the chimney (damaged in a lightning strike back in 2017)
  • replacement of the entire roof and gutters (also damaged by said lightning strike)
  • repair and replacement of the windows in the tower - with the addition of bird strike protection glass - (#ProtectTheBirds, #ProtectWarnerParks)
  • a fresh new coat of exterior paint
  • repairs and replacements of damaged posts, railings, siding and trim

The Warner Park Nature Center Campus hosts 17+ branches of national research, provides free environmental education, and supports the conservation of native trees, plants, and animal species. It is a pivotal component of Warner Parks, and a well-earned priority of the It’s My Nature Campaign. 

On any given day, you’ll find home school cohorts convening on the patio, bird watchers aplenty, elated mud-clad children, and friends of all ages relaxing in the joys and wonder of nature - oft receiving an impromptu lesson from our Naturalists who generously share their wisdom - whether or not it blows them off course of their task at hand!

If you’ve ever found yourself as one of those described above, we ask you to consider helping us to ensure it is here for all, forever, in all its splendor. 

Become a member, make a donation, or make a contribution of your time and attention by volunteering at an upcoming event. 

After all, it’s our Nature, Nashville. 


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It's My Nature, Nature Center Improvements

November 11, 2020

Leaning into its mission to return the park to its original splendor, the It’s My Nature Campaign partners with Metro Parks to provide critical attention and repair to the Warner Park Nature Center. 

Improvements to the Susanne Warner Bass Learning Center include: 

  • repairs to the chimney (damaged in a lightning strike back in 2017)
  • replacement of the entire roof and gutters (also damaged by said lightning strike)
  • repair and replacement of the windows in the tower - with the addition of bird strike protection glass - (#ProtectTheBirds, #ProtectWarnerParks)
  • a fresh new coat of exterior paint
  • repairs and replacements of damaged posts, railings, siding and trim

The Warner Park Nature Center Campus hosts 17+ branches of national research, provides free environmental education, and supports the conservation of native trees, plants, and animal species. It is a pivotal component of Warner Parks, and a well-earned priority of the It’s My Nature Campaign. 

On any given day, you’ll find home school cohorts convening on the patio, bird watchers aplenty, elated mud-clad children, and friends of all ages relaxing in the joys and wonder of nature - oft receiving an impromptu lesson from our Naturalists who generously share their wisdom - whether or not it blows them off course of their task at hand!

If you’ve ever found yourself as one of those described above, we ask you to consider helping us to ensure it is here for all, forever, in all its splendor. 

Become a member, make a donation, or make a contribution of your time and attention by volunteering at an upcoming event. 

After all, it’s our Nature, Nashville. 


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