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Membership

Become a member, renew, or give a gift membership today!

MEMBERSHIP SUPPORTS NAHANT MARSH

  • Environmental education programs for over 17,000 children, adults and families annually.
  • The protection and preservation of the largest urban wetland on the upper Mississippi River. Nahant’s 305- acres of wetland, prairies and woodlands, are home to hundreds of species of plants and animals, including several that are threatened or endangered.
  • Continuing research efforts at Nahant Marsh, which allow Nahant staff to make improvements and continue to use the best practices for natural resource management.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

  • Up to a 50% off discount on most programs and events
  • Early event announcements
  • A 10% discount at the Nahant Marsh Store
  • A subscription to our quarterly e-newsletter

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES

Family: $60/year. Basic membership benefits for two named adults (or caregivers) in the same household and their children under 18 years old.
The Grand Family: $75/year. Basic membership benefits for two named adults (or caregivers) in the same household and their children under 18 years old, plus grandparents.
Individual: $40/year. All basic membership benefits for one adult.
Senior: $30/year. All basic membership benefits for one senior, 65 or over.
Student: $25/year. Students with a valid student ID.
Associate Individual: $75/year. An individual membership with an added gift.
Associate Family: $100/year. A family membership with an added gift.
Benefactor: $500/year. Basic membership benefits for two named adults (or caregivers) in the same household and their children under 18 years old, plus added gifts and a private tour for up to 10 individuals (by appointment only)
Lifetime: $1000+. Basic membership benefits for two named adults (or caregivers) in the same household and their children under 18 years old, plus an added gift, and a private tour for up to 10 individuals (by appointment only).

Nahant Marsh Education Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and your membership is tax deductible.

All memberships, with the exception of lifetime memberships, expire on December 31st each year. New members who join June through December enjoy the benefit of a membership longer than one year; in this situation, expiration occurs during the second December following the enrollment date.

If you prefer to print a brochure and mail in your membership with a check, click here for the form.

You can also pay for your membership online with PayPal.

If you are buying a membership as a gift, please put their details in the message box location at end of the form.
  • Please note that you will need to submit each membership purchase individually.
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Upcoming Events

Homeschool Program

Homeschool Program

Apr 27, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Nahant Marsh Education Center provides a monthly program specifically geared towards homeschooled children grades K-9th. Each program includes a lesson,...

Beginning Birding

Beginning Birding

May 2, 2018 6:30am - 9:00am

Learn how to identify birds and their habitats with expert ornithologist Kelly McKay. Kelly lead birding tours to various areas of Nahant Marsh. Participants...

Breakfast Nature Club

Breakfast Nature Club

May 4, 2018 8:00am - 9:00am

Learn the secret life of Iowa's wildlife during this monthly class at Nahant Marsh. Each month we will explore the characteristics and adaptations of a...

Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop

Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop

May 5, 2018 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Join us for a hands-on class that provides expert instruction and gives you the confidence to graft to your heart’s desire. Grafting can help you save...

Nature Hike

Nature Hike

May 5, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am

DCIM100MEDIA Join a Naturalist for a guided hike along the trails at the Marsh....

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Hours

The Education Center is open
M-F: 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m.- Noon
Trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset.

If the main gate is locked, trails are accessible from the front parking lot. Look for the opening in the fence near the kiosk.