Last week a small group from the iEcoLab visited Temple University’s new Biological Field Station. The socially distanced tour was led by Dr. Amy Freestone, director of the Field Station and Temple Biology professor. The Field Station is located at Temple’s beautiful Ambler campus, hidden away in the quiet suburbs less than hour from main campus. As part of the Organization of Biological Field Stations, the Field Station boasts acres of forest, gardens, a greenhouse, laboratories, meeting spaces, and more. We were quickly inspired on the tour and have lots of research ideas we are excited to try out at the Field Station!
Check out more information at the field station website, Twitter (@tufieldstation), and Instagram (@tufieldstation).
All photos courtesy of Betsy Manning, Associate Director, Multimedia | Strategic Marketing and Communications, Temple University