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Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve is a scientific home to ecologists who have made pivotal discoveries relating to biodiversity, climate and the environment.

You might be surprised to learn that modern ecosystem science was born at Cedar Creek with the discoveries of Raymond Lindeman. He began something that has only grown and evolved over time. David Tilman, Peter Reich, Sarah Hobbie, Elizabeth Borer and other top scientists continue that work today and have taken it in new directions. They are translating knowledge into action as the window of opportunity for reversing human impact on ecosystems closes.

The discoveries made by Cedar Creek researchers are key to a sustainable future.

Will you support their work?
Have questions?

Contact Reede Webster, Director of Advancement at or 612-624-9460.