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The Field Stations

Drexel's Environmental Science Leadership Academy programs provide students with authentic and exciting field experience.

Barnegat Bay Field Station at the Lighthouse Center for Natural Resource Education

The facility is owned by the Division of Fish and Wildlife and is situated on 194 acres that encompass a range of habitats, including a maritime forest, salt marsh, tidal streams and a freshwater pond.

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Lacawac Sanctuary & Field Station

Lacawac Sanctuary & Field Station is located in Lake Ariel PA. The ecosystems include lush forests and lakes in the Pocono Mountains.

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Lake Lacawac, a National Natural Landmark. Entrance to Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station. The Historic Lodge at Lacawac listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The dining room in the Lodge. Lacawac Lodge bedroom. Lodge living room with fireplace Lacawac’s environmental laboratory. Lacawac’s environmental laboratory. Lacawac’s environmental laboratory. Lacawac’s environmental laboratory. Lacawac’s environmental laboratory. Graduate students learning about aquatic sensors at Lake Lacawac. Jennie Brentrup, a PhD student from Miami University, deploying aquatic sensors on Lake Lacawac. Summer undergraduate interns on Lake Lacawac. Chris Cassel from Bloomsburg University (left) and Anne Morgan from Miami University (right).