The One World Conservation Center is located just 1.3 miles from the downtown four corners in Bennington, Vermont. It is close to the schools, accessible to residents and easily found by visitors to the area, yet its nearly 100 acres of conserved land are home to varied wildlife.
Our Education Center was once a Howard Johnson’s restaurant and still sports the orange roof. The former dining room, ice cream bar and part of the kitchen are now an expansive program space, with offices, work areas and storage toward the back of the building. Parking is ample.
Our Norman & Selma Greenberg Conservation Reserve is directly across street. Its 96 acres of meadow, wetland and wooded hillside are our living classroom. It is managed for recreation, education and the enjoyment of nature and conserved through the Vermont Land Trust.