Biodiversity Education Center

The Biodiversity Education Center at Coppell Nature Park promotes and provides hands-on environmental education. Participants of the education programs, for both school and the community, observe and learn about local flora, fauna, and environmental sustainability issues, as well as develop a deeper connection to their environment through nature. Adult volunteers are needed to help facilitate nature-education activities including nature walks, games, lessons and learning stations.

Become a Docent (requires training):

Docents are a committed group of volunteers who receive additional training to take a leadership role with certain programs. Volunteers mush have completed Docent training to sign up for the activities such as: Guided Hikes and Field trips. Docent training is offered two times each year in the Fall and Spring. If you are interested in becoming a Docent, please contact the Biodiversity Education Center staff for more information: 972-304-3581

Friends of Coppell Nature Park

The Friends of Coppell Nature Park (FCNP) promotes the preservation of our natural environment through conservation and education. The Park's development has been fostered by citizen and youth participation. Community service and education work hand-in-hand with youth and adults to further our quality of life. The park represents a learning experience for students and a peaceful retreat for all citizens of this Northwest Dallas County area. If you are interested in joining us in our mission, contact us at: