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Cedar Creek

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve is a University of Minnesota biological field station with many ecosystems and species found throughout the forests and grasslands of North America. You are now viewing a collection of news, features and opportunities for and about Cedar Creek.

Krueger Recognized for Work in the Community

Cedar Creek’s building and grounds manager receives University’s Outstanding Community Service Award.

Jim Krueger

Jim Krueger works the Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve booth at the Minnesota State Fair.

Planting Seeds

Fourth-generation Gopher Mary Kemen is making sure students have access to hands-on learning opportunities.

Mary Kemen

Mary Kemen at the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory where she did research as an undergraduate.

A Wolf Den and an Opportunity

After a litter of wolf pups turns up at Cedar Creek, University researchers embark on an effort to understand how wolves affect their environment.

Wolf pup

A wolf pup at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

The Plots Heard Around the World

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve research is shaping ecological understanding across cultures and continents.

Cedar Creek Experiment Plots

Two decades ago, over the summer before he started working as a grad student investigating the effect of limiting nutrients on plant species under Regents Professor David Tilman,

Hobbie Receives Ada Comstock Award

Ecology, Evolution and Behavior faculty member Sarah Hobbie recognized with special distinction for distinguished women faculty at the University of Minnesota.
 
Sarah Hobbie
Sarah Hobbie at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.
 

Sarah Hobbie was recently named the 2016