Environmental Education at the Wilma Dykeman Homestead

Thanks to a grant from 100+ Women Who Care, the Wilma Dykeman Homestead at the head of Beaverdam Creek will be able to host Environmental Education programs. During the balance of 2024, a creekside portion of the Homestead will be upgraded to an outdoor classroom while protecting its natural features.

Following this upgrade, the Wilma Dykeman Legacy will partner with UNC Asheville and Asheville nonprofit RiverLink to ensure that this extraordinary place – where environmental pioneer Wilma Dykeman came to her unique awareness of nature as a child – can host outdoor education programs so that many other children can come to their own appreciation of nature.
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