Together, we can preserve our Park and inspire the next generation of stewards,
so that this continues to be a free resource for many generations to come.
This #GivingTuesday, November 30, 2021, we gather again as a community to reach 1,000 donations of $10 to preserve, enhance, and maintain our Park and Noland Trail.
The Mariners’ Museum Park and Noland Trail are privately funded thanks to the generosity of individuals, foundations, corporations, and community partners. We are proud to operate this Park for you, so that you have a place to spend time with nature and one another.
We are grateful to have a team specifically dedicated to ensure the wellbeing of the Park, Noland Trail, Mariners’ Lake, and the wildlife that call this place home. Starting on November 12, we are going to share videos on social media to showcase the work the Museum team does every day to keep Mariners’ Park beautiful, the partnerships that make us and the community we serve stronger, and the environmental education programming that takes place in our Park for school age children.
You don’t have to wait until November 30. Join us TODAY as we work to preserve your Park so that members of our community can continue to connect to nature and one another. Share your favorite things about the Mariners’ Park and Noland Trail with your friends and family and share the videos on social media. With your help, we will ensure that the Park receives the care it needs to plant seeds of inspiration and energize the next generation of Park stewards to preserve this free resource forever.
Shantelle Landry, our environmental science educator, shares how our Park has a lasting impact on the children in our community. Our educational enrichment programs are built to equip school-age children with the knowledge and
ownership they need to become stewards of our natural spaces.
In this video, our Director of Strategic Partnerships Sabrina Jones highlights how partnerships make us and our community stronger. Our partners have proven that when we gather together, when we surge towards a common goal, we can make a pretty big impact.
In this video, Mariners’ Arborist Graham King shares some insight on how we care for this community asset and provide a safe sanctuary for all to enjoy! We are grateful to have a team specifically dedicated toensure the wellbeingof the Park,Noland Trail,Mariners’ Lake, and the wildlife that call this place home.