One World Conservation Center education programs serve adults, families, children, and students of all ages. From natural history lectures held at our Education Center to hands-on science lessons in local classrooms to summer programs, we offer a variety of engaging experiences.
In the past, OWCC has hosted diverse audiences and projects on and off-site:
- A summer camp for developmentally disabled adults through the United Counseling Service
- Rosie’s Girls, where middle school girls designed, constructed, and installed six benches in the Reserve
- After school visits from elementary students as a part of the Mosaic program of Southwestern Vermont Supervisory Union, learning topics such as animal skulls, native plant, and the life cycle of amphibians
- High school classes, active in marking trails for trail expansion with the use of GPS devices
- Projects through the Center of Career Development horticultural and forestry programs
How does your group want to get involved with the One World Conservation Center? Contact us today!