Volunteer Spotlight: Isaiah Kuhns


Dedicated volunteers are the lifeblood of the Nature Center. This issue, we want to highlight someone truly exceptional: Isaiah Kuhns.
Isaiah Kuhns at the Nature Center. Photo by FWNC&R Staff.

For this volunteer spotlight, I want to shine a light on someone truly exceptional: Isaiah Kuhns. Isaiah has been a dedicated volunteer, pouring his time and passion into making a positive impact in our Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge community.

Since August 2021, Isaiah has been helping facilitate kids’ love of nature as a docent leading school groups on guided hikes. He has also joined us as a weekly Animal Care volunteer on Tuesdays and has dabbled in Natural Guard on an occasional Saturday. Isaiah’s passion for the outdoors has led him to join the Cross Timbers Master Naturalist group as well, further increasing his nature education and service to the community. Isaiah has consistently embodied the true spirit of selflessness and community service.

Isaiah’s commitment and enthusiasm are truly contagious, inspiring everyone around him to strive for excellence. His unwavering dedication has not only made a difference in the lives of those we serve but has also set a shining example for others to follow.

Thank you, Isaiah, for your tireless efforts and the positive energy you bring to our team. Your generosity and kindness have left an indelible mark on our organization, and we are incredibly grateful to have you as part of our volunteer family.

The Nature Center family expresses our gratitude to Isaiah Kuhns for being an outstanding volunteer and making the world a better place!

By Kenneth Nalley, Naturalist, Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

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