Fall and Winter Events for canines and humans!

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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