Eagle Eye was founded in 1991 on the belief that access to nature, developing wonder at the natural world, and having scientific knowledge of the interconnected nature of all life are basic rights – rights that must be extended to urban youth of color.

Eagle Eye offers hands-on learning experiences in nature and connects underserved urban youth to mentors in the fields of natural resources and science. We strive to diversify the conservation movement by raising awareness of stewardship, advocacy, and career opportunities in the environment. We are a regional leader developing and disseminating experiential program models serving urban youth of color. We offer instruction and technical assistance to individuals and organizations in youth development, natural resource management, environmental education, and the green industry.

We are able to offer these opportunities and programs through the generosity of donors and supporters like you.

Eagle Eye Institute Key Stakeholders