31st Annual Natureworks Art Show and Sale To Benefit Conservation Programs

By Margie Nolan Modified: February 25, 2013 at 6:32 pm •  Published: February 25, 2013
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See a complete list of artists at www.natureworks.org

 

NatureWorks is know around Tulsa for the many monuments that grace our city parks and public spaces.  However, the organization does so much more.  This year alone it is funding several conservation and research programs in conjunction with ODWC, as well as the Sutton Awards scholarships for conservation communications.

 

To see a list of projects funded in the past, visit our website at www.natureworks.org.

 

NatureWorks is a non-profit organization assisting in the development and conservation of wildlife preserves, introduces wildlife into new habitats, and provides educational opportunities for adults and children on the values of sharing our homeland with wildlife. It is wholly local with no state or national affiliation. As a result, all of the proceeds go to fund local and state projects. In addition, NatureWorks has no paid staff—all activities are organized and executed by volunteers. 



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