Lake Erie Nature & Science Center
Visit the organization website: http://www.lensc.org/
Mission: The nonprofit Lake Erie Nature & Science Center educates and inspires each of us to understand, appreciate and take responsibility for our natural universe.
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center was incorporated in 1950 by Dr. Fleming based on the principles that learning is fun and children learn best by doing.
Dr. Fleming’s vision is thriving in the 21st Century. Today, Lake Erie Nature & Science Center attracts over 180,000 visitors per year from our surrounding Greater Cleveland and Greater Lorain communities, all 50 states and 13 countries to its 22,500 square foot facility. The number of programs offered per year has increased exponentially from 100 in 1987 to over 2,300 programs, involving more than 51,500 participants today.
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center provides free admission seven days a week and performs wildlife rehabilitation at no charge to the public. The Center offers quality nature, environmental and science experiences through school field trips, preschool, family, scouting and planetarium programs, nature hikes and a variety of wildlife exhibits, along with domestic and wildlife close encounters.
Opportunities To Serve
Short-Term & Long-Term Opportunities:
Visit www.lensc.org/volunteer for a detailed and updated list of volunteer opportunities.
Preferred Way of Contact
Wildlife Rehabilitation Coordinator
(440) 871-2900 x 204
28728 Wolf Road
Bay Village, Ohio 44140