“I have stayed at Lied Lodge a few times for different purposes, always with a group or conference. The ambience is amazing, hospitality is top-notch, food is wonderful, and conference services are the best. Best of all is the dedication to environmental stewardship.”
When a guest commented on his experience at Lied Lodge & Conference Center at Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska City, Nebraska, he summed up the goals of the facility, giving staff reason to celebrate.
In 1990, this concept was only a dream and some plans on paper. In 1993, the new building was ready for use. By 2015, corporate leadership at Wyndham Vacation Ownership and the Omaha-based Peter Kiewit Foundation recognized the more than 20 years of success and special contributions made by this unique facility and its staff. As a result, and with the added financial support of Arbor Day Foundation members, they spearheaded an ambitious refurbishing of the hospitality and interpretative facilities.
The primary purpose of Lied Lodge & Conference Center is to host meetings of conservation organizations of all sizes. “This renewal has furthered our mission and allowed us to better tell our story as stewards and educators,” said Chief Executive Matt Harris.
With the renewed Lied Lodge & Conference Center as base and the surrounding farm once owned by Arbor Day founder J. Sterling Morton, there are activities and educational experiences for all age and interest groups.
For more information and Lied Lodge reservations,
visit liedlodge.org or call 800-546-5433.