Get Involved

Want to get involved but not sure where to start? Here are a few simple ways to plug into the Clinton Community Nature Center. 

Adopt a Trail

Adopt a Trail Sponsors receive a personalized 24 x 18 inch holiday sign on the Nature Center Trails during Deck the Trails. Personalization can include a business logo and or personalized message. Download and return your form today and buy your sponsorship in our store. 


Make a one-time, tax-deductible donation in any amount. 


By Mail

Clinton Community Nature Center

P.O. Box 93

Clinton, Mississippi 39058

In Person

Clinton Community Nature Center

617 Dunton Road

Clinton, MS 39056



Become a Community Partner

Partnerships strengthen communities. Invest in our cause with an annual community partnership. Show your customers you value the Clinton Community Nature Center. 

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Become a Member

Memberships support our programming and allow us to fulfill our mission. Members receive exclusive news and updates, free or reduced admission to events, and a discount card redeemable at local businesses.


Memberships make great gifts!


Memberships Levels:






We need ongoing volunteers and also one-time volunteers for work days and special events.  Sign up here to learn more about volunteering at Clinton Community Nature Center!

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Price Hall volunteers are needed everyday to open the Nature Center Doors, Greet Guests, answer the phone and keep Price Hall Clean. Shifts are available 7 days a week from 7 am - 6 pm and are two hours each.

  • Special Events are a great way to volunteer as an individual or with a group. Email us today or check our calendar for upcoming opportunities!​​

  • Flag Program volunteers put Flags out in the community for Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Veteran's Day!

  • Work Day is an when we gather together once a month to keep the Nature Center beautiful. Come share your talents and time as we complete trail maintaince, repair bridges, cultivate native plants, and work together to preserve this local treasure.