Wolf Gardens

Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center will be home to  captive-bred wolves and wolf/dogs that have been rescued over the past 14 years through volunteer efforts. 

It will also be home to local wildlife rescued and being rehabilitated in our local area.

The Center will focus on restoring and protecting the various indigenous wildlife, native to our area, that will occupy Wolf Gardens.


Our focus will be to provide a natural habitat to promote the health and well being of the wildlife who will call Wolf Gardens home.

We will regularly conduct educational lectures, seminars and guided tours in order to enlighten all interested parties of the facts regarding the fundamentals of conservation

and preservation of our environment, both as related to wildlife as well as nature.


An integral part of our mission is to seek means to provide economic opportunities to our community through cultural, wildlife and nature based tourism and related areas. We believe that the unique experience which we will offer must be foremost in our efforts to fulfill expectations and give reason to visit our preserve.

The 27 acre Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center is located in Clay County, Alabama, which is a rural area.  The Welcome Center will have information materials, a gift shop, public restrooms and a refreshment area.  
The main feature of Wolf Gardens will be the Vet Clinic which will include over 2 acres of perimeter fencing and enclosures for all the resident animals. The Clinic will house an on-site Zoo Veterinarian, Wildlife Biologist, Head Keeper, Handler, staff members and guest instructors.  

The Cultural Center will be available for entertainment and educational events.  It will have a large meeting room, public restrooms, commercial kitchen, stage platform and a huge open area for seating or a gathering.  Three sides of the building will have oversized doors that could open for any indoor/outdoor activity.

The monetary considerations to fulfill these plans are significant. We invite you and your family to enjoy our annual Pow-Wow fund raiser.  We call upon all those who share our concern for our environment, habitat and wildlife to assist us in this quest by volunteering and/or donating to our cause. Together, we can accomplish great things, to enlighten and better our community and the world!


You can learn more about Wolf Gardens at http://wolfgardens.org

First Nations Outreach Project


Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center

First Nations Commission On Civil Rights


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The First Nations Outreach Project

currently contains three separate components.

1. The First Nations Outreach Project
2. First Nations Commission On Civil Rights
3. Wolf Gardens Wildlife Center


The First Nations Outreach Project Is A 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit Organization

Welcome To The First Nations Outreach Project.

Currently among First Nations People which are separated from Traditional Culture, the loss of Tribal Religious Ceremony leads to extensive Drug Abuse, Violent Crime, Family Violence, Substance Abuse and many other aggravated issues. We believe that by rejoining Traditional Religion of each respective Nation and reuniting displaced Indians with Tribal Elders and Teachers that we will be able to greatly reduce the effects of Spiritual imbalance among American Indians living outside of the Traditional Reservation Areas. Even in many cases those living on Reservations, yet separated from Traditional Culture the results are the same. Our goal is to reunite those who are being separated from their Traditional Culture and find ways to combat the extensive abuse that exists in many areas.
Over the years we have witnessed situations that we dearly hope to assist with. Therefore we would like to ask you if perhaps you will share some ideas with us. First we have seen in many urban areas where Indian People live they often are separated from their Traditional Culture. Part of the separation comes because it is not always easy for families and groups to visit their Traditional teachers on a regular basis. We believe that it would be easier if we could bring the teachers to the communities on a regular basis. We also believe that it would make a great deal of difference if we could assist in bringing teachers who can teach language, history, culture…etc We are aware that many community centers in Urban Areas are already able to do this to some degree. Others however are not so fortunate. We are a not for profit cooperation and in the final steps of our 501 c 3 application. Soon we will start preparing our business plan and how to have some idea of what the actual community needs are and how to assist in those needs. If your community is one of these areas or you know of communities who may benefit from our goals, please write to us and let us know what the needs are and some idea of what areas needs are greatest. I know that no one can fill all the needs, but if we can make a difference, then we will be successful.

First Nations Outreach Project:

Our Goals and Projects First Nations Outreach Project Programs 1. To provide Out Reach Programs that will help to solidify the First Nations Communities culturally, economically, socially, and educationally. Many First Nations People are leaving the Reservations to find work that will better provide for their families. As a result, the children of these families often lose touch with their culture, language, history and spirituality. It is our hope to develop programs that will keep them connected to their Tribes. 2. To provide funding to other organizations which provide services to First Nations Communities. Health Programs, Educational Programs, Cultural programs, Spiritual Programs. 3. To develop community Relations. We seek to develop unity between the many Nations and to create an understanding of the similarities in Spiritual and cultural beliefs among as many Nations as possible. 4. To share with the public in general, the importance of the connection that Humans have with a) The Earth b) The Creatures of the Earth c) Each Other through programs provided by those authorized by each of the representative Nations. Programs designed and established under the guidance of Tribal Elders from different Nations will help to prevent Traditional Spirituality from being used by others to deceive people and to reduce the trust between Nations, as well as between Indians on and off the reservations. 5. To properly connect disconnected Indians who need guidance with Tribal Teachers and Elders. We hope to develop social programs that will help Indians outside the circle to learn from those who are able to share the Traditional ways, as well as encourage those on Reservations that have become disconnected from Tradition to find Spiritual Strength in their Culture. And to restore Self Esteem to many who have lost their identities in a new world society. 6. To assess the needs and develop what ever methods are required that will help to fill the needs of First Nations Communities. We seek to assess the needs of each Nation, as each Nations needs vary. By doing so we feel that the spiritual, economic and social needs of each community will be best served for that individual community.


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