Our Mission: Protecting, preserving and promoting the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education and park support.
Friends of Radnor Lake works to increase knowledge and awareness of the unique ecosystem and challenges of Radnor Lake.
The beauty and wonder that is Radnor Lake thrives thanks to the generosity of volunteers and donations from the local community. It's never too late to Be A Friend, and it's easy to do.
The Barbara J. Mapp Foundation announces an additional $50,000 in matching funds for the Aviary Education Center at Radnor Lake. Help us meet this match towards completion of the Aviary.
The Friends of Radnor Lake work to identify and acquire land that borders Radnor Lake State Natural Area. These efforts are designed to expand the natural area and protect sensitive areas from development.
For our March Volunteer Day at Radnor Lake yesterday, 41 volunteers came out to work with the staff on removing
On Saturday afternoon, 24 students from Belmont University (Phi Kappa Tau - Zeta Alpha Chapter) came to Radnor
At 10am this morning at Radnor Lake, Dr. Doug Heffington (MTSU) and Ranger Sam King co-led a program as
It was a rainy and overcast day on Saturday, March 14th, but you would not have known it from the enthusiasm
The AmeriCorps NCCC team River 4 left the southern region campus in Vicksburg, Mississippi on March 6 to
Coe College students traveled from Cedar Rapids, Iowa to Nashville for their spring break last week and volunteered
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