The Radix Center gives children and adults a hands-on educational experience to understand the main environmental issues we face today- and the tools to work toward positive solutions.
We need your support to continue this important work.
Join the Radix Center today!
In appreciation of their annual donation, members will receive:
- The opportunity to arrange a private tour
- Invitations to members-only appreciation events
- A small thank-you gift
To become a member, make a tax-deductible donation via check or online by clicking on the Paypal or Network for Good links on the right of the page.
Up to $99: Circle of Friends
$100 – $499: Distinguished supporter
$500 – $999: Benefactor
Over $1000: Sustainer
All donors will be publicly thanked unless accompanied with a request to remain anonymous.
Donations can be mailed to the Radix Center, 59 Elm St., Albany, NY 12202.
We believe it is possible to meet human needs while simultaneously restoring ecosystems. Good environmental stewardship is rewarded by better health, wholesome food, and strong communities.
Since September of 2011, thousands of people have visited the Radix Center through organized workshops, class trips, open houses, and casual drop-ins. Classes from the Albany Montessori Magnet School, the Albany Free School, Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology (TOAST), Tech Valley High, Woodland Hill Montessori School, & Albany County Opportunity Inc. Olivia Rorie Head Start have attended workshops at the Radix Center, as well as youth groups from the Albany Howe Library, 15Love, Youth Organics, Troy Produce Project, Living Resources, and the Siena College High School Scholars Program. A local 4H group has regular meetings at Radix, and in partnership with Siena College the high school group 4H Earth Club has used Radix. Through a partnership with RPI groups of public school science teachers have also attended workshops at Radix.
Numerous college students have also attended workshops at the Radix Center, including student groups and classes from Skidmore College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the College of Saint Rose, Bloomfield College, the State University of New York at Albany, the College at Oneonta (SUNY), the College at New Paltz (SUNY) & Southern Vermont Community College. Representatives from the NYS Department of Health, Department of Conservation, Environmental Facilities Corporation, Dormirtory Authority of NY (DASNY), NYS Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Albany County, and the City Common Council have all toured the Radix Center.