The Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) is collaborating with us on this project.
|Their mission is to help member stations increase their effectiveness in supporting critical research, education, and outreach programs. They pursue this goal in a manner that maximizes diversity, inclusiveness, sustainability, and transparency.
The following field stations are working with the researchers on this project to document informal learning opportunities offered at field stations across the US.
|Auburn University – College of Agriculture – E.W. Shell Fishery Center|
|Clemson University – Baruch Institute of coastal Ecology and Forest Science
|Central Michigan University Biological Field Station|
|Eastern Kentucky University – College of Sciences – Division of Natural Areas (3 stations: Lilley Cornett Woods Appalachian Ecological Research Station; Maywoods Environmental and Educational Laboratory; Taylor Fork Ecological Area)
|Iowa Lakeside Laboratory|
|Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve
|Northern Kentucky University – Department of Biological Sciences – Research and Education Field Station
|Point Blue Conservation Science
|Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
|Sitka Sound Science Center
|Tyson Research Center Washington University
|Texas A&M University – ESSM – Ecology and Natural Resource Teaching Area|
|UC Berkeley – Sagehen Creek Field Station
|UC Santa Barbara – Coal Oil Point Reserve
|UC Santa Barbara – Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve
|USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies/Wrigley Marine Science Center
|University of Akron – Department of Biology – Martin Center for Field studies and Environmental Education Field Station
|University of Utah – Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa
|Utah Valley University – Capital Reef Field station
|Michigan State University – W.K. Kellogg Biological Station
|UC Merced Yosemite Field Station