Hiram College

The James H. Barrow Field Station, about three miles from the Hiram College campus, consists of 550 acres of land, with more than 200 acres of beech-maple forest, a cold-water stream, two ponds, old fields of varying ages, young forests, a two-mile interpretive nature trail, a waterfowl observation building and meeting center, a lab building with student research areas and natural history displays and an aquatics building that includes an experimental stream and two containment pools.

Explore the Field Station's many facilities by clicking on the titles below.