Visit a Preserve
Preserve lands and facilities are open to anyone engaged in investigation and learning in the arts and sciences, including university students, K-12 students, and community members. Recreational visits are not compatible with preserve activities or the Center's mission.
All persons interested in visiting a Preserve must submit an on-line application. If you need help or assistance, contact us.
To fill out the application, you will need to have information available about your proposed activities, numbers of visitors, and, if applicable, permits and supporting grants.
Regulations & Safety
Access is conditional upon the visitors’ ability to abide by Preserve regulations. Applicants must certify that they have read regulations and safety information and will provide this information to members of their party:
We maintain equipment for restoration, water quality, and other monitoring and research. Equipment is available for use on SSU Preserve lands by contacting Center Education and Reservation Manager, Suzanne DeCoursey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visitors must have an approved application and verbal or email confirmation before visiting Center preserves. Lock combinations are made available once applications are approved.
Fairfield Osborn Preserve
Galbreath Wildlands Preserve
Los Guillicos Preserve