The NAA office is currently closed, but all staff are working remotely.
Please contact us via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
For emergencies, contact Lisa Smith, Executive Director 724-493-4026
Like all of you, we continue to monitor the situation to determine how future programming will be impacted. Please know the NAA webinar series is up and running and will continue to be presented. For other NAA programs, check this website for ongoing updates.
Accessing Natural Areas
Natural areas can provide great relief during these times, but it is essential that we interact with them in a responsible way. Therefore, please check local restrictions before heading out and when outside, remember to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Please use this quick interactive link to find natural and recreation areas in each state.
Helping Nature While at Home
For those of you who need to stay home, here are some things you can do to support natural areas conservation.
Support Queen Bees
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Share the Science
Stewardship in Action
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For those of you who are now homeschooling or looking for educational videos during your stay indoors, Ben Goldfarb, author of Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter and plenary speaker for our upcoming 2020 Natural Areas Conference, put together this video to teach kids (and adults) about importance of beavers in nature.
Join the people who protect and manage our natural areas.