Recently, the Northwoods Field Station, Hiram’s 14-acre off-grid outpost, was featured in the Organization of Biological Field Stations’ newsletter. The organization encourages a supportive community of members and reports on research, education, and outreach programs various field stations host.
Hiram’s Northwoods Field Station is located six hundred miles off campus in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and was first established in 1976 by a group of Hiram students under the leadership of Professor Rea Knight.
To learn more, read the newsletter here.
By: Elyse Pitkin