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Mission: To provide resources and educational programming that inspires the appreciation and preservation of nature.
Stage Nature Center has been managed by the Troy Nature Society since 2010. This 100-acre preserve is home to many deer, small animals, birds of prey and a wide range of Michigan native plants. The natural communities include rolling meadows, forest trails, marshlands and one of the headwaters of the Rouge River, which rolls though the preserve. Visitors to the Stage Nature Center walking the trails experience a variety of sights and sounds that are unique in the Troy area. Our visitors are in awe of the natural beauty that surrounds them as they walk our trails. Spending time with nature is a natural stress reliever by bringing peace and the contemplation of beauty to the soul.
Inside the Stage Nature Center interpretive building, our lead naturalist and her staff host many nature-inspired educational programs throughout the year such as nature hikes, Junior Naturalist Groups, Knee-High Naturalists, scouting badge completion classes, homeschool nature classes, school field trips and so much more!