We are committed to a future where people and the natural world thrive together. We invite you to discover the story of the Adirondacks, and to explore new ways that people and nature can thrive in the same place.

Our mission is to ignite an enduring passion for the Adirondacks where people and nature can thrive together and offer an example for the world.

The History of The Wild Center 

What began as a discussion amongst friends in Betsy’s Lowe’s Long Lake cabin over 20 years ago has become a 115-acre home in which people and nature can coexist.

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Leadership 

The Wild Center is run by a dedicated group of senior staff and governed by an involved and active Board of Trustees supported by an Advisory Board.

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Careers 

We are seeking people who share with us a passion for helping others make their own discoveries about the natural world, and especially the natural world of the Adirondacks.

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Summer Internships 

Boundless opportunities await enthusiastic individuals breaking into the field of interpretation, natural history, guiding, animal care and more.

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Contact 

Feel free to get in touch if you have questions, or want to find a way that you can visit or participate.

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Newsroom 

Your source for press kits, news releases, photos and b-roll footage.

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“You’ve never seen a museum like this.”

Outside Magazine

“stunning…”

The New York Times

“a very interactive place..”

Montreal Gazette

“linger in this glorious place…”

The Wall Street Journal

“The wonderful Wild Center…”

Frommer's Guides