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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.

"Eyes on the Wild" Social Media Intern

Are you interested in applying your science communications skills in a dynamic ecological research setting? The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve (https://www.cedarcreek.umn.edu/) is a 5200 acre biological field station, located 35 miles north of the Twin Cities. It is world-renowned for its research into food webs, biodiversity, and climate change.

Cedar Creek Wildlife Survey weekend training and survey retreat

September 21-23, all day

Interested in learning more about wildlife tracking and how to identify Minnesotan animals from their tracks and sign? Join expert certified wildlife trackers for a fun-filled weekend of classroom and field instruction, real surveys, socializing and more! Details will be available on the Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project's website later in the summer. RSVP required, and shared housing is available at a minimal cost. RSVP here.

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.