Summer 2016 Newsletter

Summer 2016 Newsletter

Emerald Ash Borer Monitoring on the Reserve

This summer the OWCC Greenberg Reserve will serve as one of several monitoring sites for the possible arrival of the invasive exotic Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) insect in southwestern Vermont.

The OWCC will be working with state and county foresters as a location for trap monitoring and regular citizen science opportunities. We will have an information exhibit set up at the education center, and please check this website for upcoming programs.

Please visit the following website for more details about EAB and how you can get involved!

Check out our Discovery Bags!

Do you want to find out more about the plants and animals on the Greenberg Reserve without attending a scheduled program? Our self-guided back packs are a great way to have fun learning at your leisure. Packs are available at the education center, and contain binoculars, a field guide, species cards, family activity, and several other tools to assist you with your adventure. There are a variety of bags to choose from , including mammals, birds, trees and wildflowers, and more!

Suitable for all ages. Fee: $5 for a half day/free for OWCC members

Job Posting: The OWCC Seeks a Summer Intern!

Are you interested in working in the conservation field? Do you enjoy being outdoors and speaking with the public? Would you like to develop and deliver educational programs?

The OWCC is Bennington’s nature center. We aim to connect our community to the outdoors by offering a variety of educational programs to adults, families, children and students of all ages in the tri-state area. The OWCC consists of an education center and the adjacent 96 acre Greenberg Reserve; our living laboratory with meadow, wetland, and woodland environments.

We are looking for an energetic and self-motivated intern to join our small, friendly staff over the summer of 2015.

The position:

  • 30 hours/week including Saturday
  • $12/hour
  • June 8-August 15


The intern will be expected to assist in all aspects of education at the OWCC, and will have the opportunity to develop an area of particular interest through research and programming.

  • Greet and assist visitors in the education center and on the Reserve
  • Design and prepare education center exhibits
  • Develop, assist/lead non-formal education programs at the center and on the Reserve
  • Prepare a report at the end of the summer season

Desired Experience and Qualifications:

  • An interest in, and basic general knowledge of, the ecology of Southern Vermont
  • Must have completed some college, preferably to have included natural science/education courses
  • Ability to interact with people of all ages
  • A willingness to learn
  • The ability to work outside in all types of weather.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and the names and contact information of two references to:  Jen Loyd-Pain, One World Conservation Center,   PO Box 4715, Bennington, VT 05201.   The application deadline is April 30, 2015.

Winter Bird Feeding Area Wish List

The development of our winter bird feeding area is in progress. We have had kind gifts of feeders from individuals and Whitman’s Feed Store. If you would like to donate that shepherd’s crook that is cluttering the garage, bird seed, or a wooden indoor bench for under the bird window so that kids can better watch our feathered friends, please contact the center. Thank you!

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Presented by Tim Schroeder, Bennington College

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Jen Loyd-Pain Appointed Director of the OWCC

Jen & birchWe welcome Jen back to the OWCC as Director. In her new role she will build on the programs and activities initiated last year with a goal to make the OWCC a vibrant resource for conservation and nature education in our tri-state area.

Jen brings pertinent experience in conservation education and a strong educational background. She has served as an educator and office manager for two years at the Wissahickon Environmental Center in Philadelphia, and for five years as educator and volunteer coordinator at the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science. A Bennington resident since 2010, she has been a seasonal nature interpreter at Woodford, Shaftsbury, and Emerald Lake State Parks, and is a Vermont Forest Pest First Detector for Bennington.

She holds a PhD in Conservation Education and an MSc in Environmental and Development Education from London South Bank University in the UK, and a baccalaureate degree in Political Communications from the George Washington University, Washington, DC. She is a Certified Interpretive Trainer with the National Association for Interpretation and a Project Learning Tree facilitator.

Last year, as Coordinator of Education, Jen accomplished a major expansion of our programming, and we look forward to continuing and expanding these initiatives.


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Animals of the North: What Will Global Climate Change Mean for Them?

Susan Morse, nationally recognized naturalist and director of Keeping Track, Inc., will be offering a special presentation about ways in which northern wildlife species are already being affected by climate change. Canada lynx, moose, American marten, caribou, polar bears, arctic fox and arctic marine and waterfowl ecology are some of the species and subjects covered in this beautiful and positive show. Open to all ages.

There will also be a full-day field workshop with Susan Morse at the Greenberg Reserve the following Saturday to learn more about how to discover and interpret wildlife sign from an expert.

Fee:      Friday, March 21 PowerPoint show – $5/person or $10/family. Open to all ages.

Saturday, March 22 Field Day – $35.00/person (the group will be limited to 20 people & geared towards adults and older teens)

Pre-registration for both the PowerPoint show and Field Day is required by Friday, March 14 as space is limited. Please call the center for more information and to register.


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One World Conservation Center Public Programs – Connecting our community with the outdoors!

Walk our beautiful trails that stretch across meadow, wetland, and woods. While you are here, please visit the education center under the bright orange roof.

What’s happening out there?

Saturday, November 1 3 – 4:30 pm

Find out how some of the animals that call our reserve home get ready for winter. We will take a walk to look for signs of wildlife. There will be interesting things to touch too.

All ages. $3 per person/$5 per family ($2 off for Friends of OWCC)

Dog Walker Meetup

Saturday, December 6 11 am – noon

It may be getting cold outside, but the Reserve is a beautiful, dog friendly place to clear your head with your four-legged friend during this busy season. Find out more about our trails, learn a bit about tick safety, and meet other “dog people”. Thanks to the generosity of the West Mountain Animal Hospital and Handsome Hound, there will be goody bags available while supplies last. Well-behaved dogs under leash or voice command only please. All ages.

Free, but donations are greatly appreciated.

We will meet in the Reserve parking lot.

Through the Eyes of a Forester

Friday, December 12 6:30 pm

Join Bennington County Forester Kyle Mason as he shares fascinating information from the field about timber management, native forest wildlife and much much more.

Free, but donations are greatly appreciated.

Animals of the North: What Will Global Climate Change Mean for Them?

Date and time to be announced

Susan Morse, nationally recognized naturalist and director of Keeping Track, will be offering a special presentation about ways in which northern wildlife species are already being affected by climate change. Canada lynx, moose, American marten, caribou, polar bears, arctic fox and arctic marine and waterfowl ecology are some of the species and subjects covered in this beautiful and positive show. Open to all ages.

PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our visitors and for the benefit of our conservation partners in the hunting community, the Greenberg Reserve will be closed for rifle deer hunting season from Saturday, November 15-Sunday, November 30.

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