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Biology Field Station

The Station, along with 17 acres, was donated to the Division of Biology in 1999.  It is located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in the Greenbrier area.  After an extensive renovation process, it opened for use in April 2004.  The Station is composed of two facilities, a research facility, and a teaching facility. The Research Facility consists of three separate buildings, two for housing and the third as a small lab. The Teaching Facility sleeps 28, has a bathhouse, kitchen, and open pavilion. The Bunk House can be used as overflow for both facilities, sleeps 7 and has a bath. Find more information about all facilities in the user manual and the pictorial views.

The Botany Field Station is available for:

  • Research projects
  • Teaching
  • Staff retreats
  • Visiting faculty
  • Graduate students
  • Departmental retreats
  • Laboratory staff retreats
  • Faculty-led student field trips
  • Other uses as approved by the Division of Biology

The Availability Calendar is kept by the BSF office.

Entrance | The West Wing | Laboratory/Shop | East Wing | Exterior Views | Teaching Facility | Bunkhouse

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