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Photo 2The One World Conservation Center aims to connect our community to the local ecosystem by offering a variety of quality educational programs to schools, community groups, and adults.

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!

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