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  • “Adventurers” explore more than 600 acres of forests and creeks at Strawberry Hill.
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Strawberry Hill Hosts Wilderness and Remote First Aid Course


May 28 & 29, 2016

As outdoor enthusiasts, our favorite activities often take us into areas where definitive medical care is more than 60 minutes away. Perhaps that is because we are in deep back-country, or perhaps it is because we realize 30 minutes into a leisurely hike that we don’t have any cell phone service. Maybe we simply live in a rural area. We hope to never need to dial 911, but what happens if we need to and can’t? In an emergency situation,… Continue reading

Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve is accepting resumes for the position of part-time Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant (posted 4/26/16)

Position Summary: The Administrative Assistant provides overall managerial support for Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve’s operations. This position performs a wide variety of general or specialized office assignments.

The administrative assistant is the first contact for the public via letter, phone, or personal visit. The assistant is responsible for funneling questions to the right people and providing visitors, members, and donors’ access to the information they need. The administrative assistant helps with office accounting and business financials, maintains rental reservations, manages accounts… Continue reading

Strawberry Hill Exploring Options with DCNR



Creek photo edited (by Autumn Arthur)

February 5, 2016 marked Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve’s 30th Anniversary as a non-profit environmental education center, and although Swamp Creek is clearer and cleaner than before, the Preserve’s future is still as murky as the day Hans and Frances Froelicher began their efforts in the 1960’s to clean up and protect the watershed.

The Strawberry Hill Foundation, Inc. was created in 1986 as a charitable non-profit with the mission to provide environmental education to the surrounding area and protect the Swamp Creek… Continue reading

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