Ball State's Field Station and Environmental Education Center (FSEEC) provides hands-on learning and observation of nature and encourages exploration of natural processes by students of all ages. Our research activities are directed toward understanding human impact on ecological processes and communities, and we share our resources and data.
Our center is a collaboration of the Departments of Biology, Natural Resources and Environmental Management, Landscape Architecture, Geology, and others. FSEEC is comprised of six properties totaling 425 acres.
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Harbinger of Spring is blooming Christy Woods, so spring has arrived! Spend a relaxing hour appreciated the native spring wildflowers that beautify Christy Woods. Join Field Station Land Manager John Taylor for a leisurely stroll while learning about the cultural history and natural heritage of this very special outdoor classroom on the Ball State campus.
Guided tours are scheduled for 1:00 pm Saturday April 18th and April 25th. For more information, contact John Taylor or email the Field Station office. Meet at the Riverside gate to Christy Woods. Tours are free and open to the public-no reservations needed. Dress for the weather.
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