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McLaughlin Natural Reserve


Applications fall into three categories:  Research, Education, and "Other".  Below are links to each of the three types of applications and procedures and policies associated with using the McLaughlin Reserve for each of these categories

Research includes: academic studies in art, science, social sciences, humanities, etc. conducted by graduate students, undergraduate students, faculty, professional scientists/researchers, amateur scientists/researchers, high school students under teacher supervision, interns, etc.

Education includes: University/College classes with official course numbers; K-12 classes; other classes without formal academic standing (e.g. a class offered through a Botanic Garden, an informal course run by a professor for a university geology club, etc.)

Other includes: community events such as field trips organized through a group such as a Land Trust, Botanical Society, Boy Scouts, etc; academic retreats or meetings; symposia or conferences; environmental art projects for non-academic purposes; other possible uses as approved by the Reserve Directors.