Briarwood Nature Preserve National Historic Place
Briarwood is the birthplace and home of Caroline Dormon, a world renowned naturalist, author, artist and the first woman to be hired in the United States Forest Service.
The Caroline Dormon Nature Preserve strives to carry on the work started by Miss Dormon by preserving wildflowers native to the south and educating the public on how natural forest ecosystems work.
Caroline Dormon Educational Gazebo located on the site where she was born
For more information contact Richard Johnson.
Office Number: 318-576-3379