THANK YOU All!
Over the last decade at ENP, we have worked very hard to educate and inspire the next generation on the beauty, uniqueness, and necessity of nature, wildlife, and our fragile connection to our natural environment.
We have worked to instruct others in ways they can live closer to and in harmony with nature by lowering their impact on the natural world.
We have rescued, rehabilitated, and released hundreds of wild creatures back home in their natural habitats.
We have constructed a wonderful solar array with the help of our volunteers, interns, students, and supporters that powers our classroom, office, and wildlife rehabilitation facility - and provides enough excess energy to fuel our all-electric outreach vehicle AND provide some clean electricity to several nearby campus buildings.
We could not have done any of these things without our friends, supporters, and benefactors
- without YOU -
all of you have made it all possible.
THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts!!
THANK YOU from our education animals!!
THANK YOU from the next generation of students who will hopefully make the most of the knowledge we share and use it to
CHANGE THE WORLD
for the benefit of everyone and everything moving forward!
Many of our primary supporters are listed below:
Black Bear Solar Institute
Jim and Alice Hardy
Blue King Robinson
Ned Ryan Doyle
Lake Toxaway Charities
Chuck and Jean McGrady
The residents of the Richland Ridge Community
Jewell and Joe Mimms
Meredith/Mary Beth Brooks/Wallace
Alan and Regina Cameron
Will and Julie Thomas
Kathy Wright Hardy
Parry and Jamie Bisker
Ron and Rachel
!!!!THANK YOU ALL!!!!