June 12th Art Show. Click here for more details.

Digital Story Telling

Nature Link’s mission is to bring greater sensitivity and attention, creativity and resources to enhance the lives of young adults with disabilities.

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Life Skills & Outdoor Education

Working with the native flora & fauna to learn a little more about our selves!

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Wellness and Health

Nature Links believes that wellness starts with a solid connection to the natural world. From Nature walks to yoga to meditation, our students are outdoors reaping the benefits of our ocean breeze and sunshine.

Culinary and Nutrition

Everyone should learn to cook! We teach our students how to cook healthy and simple meals.

Expressive Arts

We teach our students elements of drawing, painting sculpture ( as pictured here, sand sculpture with local artist Bhakti Baxter) and dance.

Gardening and the Natural World

We grow some of the food we eat in our meals at Nature Links.

Job Readiness and Employment

Students are given the opportunity to learn skills such as serving and operating a food truck at Nature Links.

Weekend Program

Saturdays by the Bay

Click here to learn more about Saturdays By the Bay 2014! Starting January 11, 2014


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Upcoming Weekday Programs

Connections: “Nature in the City”

Click here to learn about our weekday program at the City of Miami’s Historic Lummus Park Starting again on August 18, 2014.


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Nature in South Miami

Connections: “Nature in South Miami”

Click here to learn about our newest program starting August 18, 2014 at J.R.E Lee Vocational Training School in South Miami


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Support Nature Links

As a non-profit, we rely on grants, donations and volunteers to provide our services. Consider giving your time as a volunteer working in our organic garden, helping in the kitchen or lending your expertise. If you can’t give time, we will happily receive a donation of any amount you feel you can give.


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Saturdays by the Bay 6/21/2014

This past Saturday we took a plant identification walk around the island. Seth and Nina stand in front of the Coco Plum- which bears an edible fruit, that some students tried. Joseph stands underneath the Sable Palm. Next to it is a Red Mangrove growing strangely far...

Saturdays by the Bay 6/14/14

Saturday we joined in the festivities to celebrate the opening of Museum/Bicentennial Park! The Miami Heat A.A Arena allowed us some space and usage of tables, chairs and parking for the use of our participants! We are very grateful for their kindness. John RIchards...

Naturelinks is really great. Good people – fun – sun – everything you need for a good time.

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