Glen Helen Nature Preserve, Our Partners
What is Glen Helen?
Glen Helen is a private nature preserve and nonprofit organization immediately east of Yellow Springs, Ohio, generously supported by members and donors.
The preserve is 1,000 acres of green space and has a 20-mile network of footpaths. Visitors of Glen Helen can view wildflowers, 400 year-old trees, limestone cliffs with waterfalls and overhangs, and the beautiful yellow spring for which the town is named. A nature enthusiast's paradise!
The staff at Glen Helen's Outdoor Education Center is committed to teaching children and adults about the natural world through environmental programs. These programs allow individuals to become more aware of environmental problems and the ways we can solve these problems.
Glen Helen Nature Preserve
405 Corry St.
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
What does Glen Helen do?
Glen Helen provides environmental education to children and adults, and has been a meeting place for members of the community, various Scout groups, gardeners, birders, CC runners, and for those who just need a place of natural beauty to relax outside of the hustle and bustle of life.
Glen Helen promotes and protects native species maintenance, reduces human impact on the ecosystem, and educates the community in the importance of protecting and preserving natural resources.