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Feeling like you’ve been Zooming all over campus? Come to the S&T Ozark Research Field Station to take a break from media and technology and to connect with nature.
The flowers are blooming, birds are singing and there’s plenty to do outside. Write, draw, read, photograph, bird watch or just relax. Paddle and fish on a pond, hike wetlands and forests, explore a spring-fed creek, sit on a deck and enjoy the sunshine, or roast marshmallows on an open-pit barbecue.
The field station is taking reservations from faculty and staff for outdoor recreation, relaxation, writing and creative activities. The field station staff will sanitize and clean all equipment, sinks, toilets and work surfaces prior to your arrival.
The station is located less than 20 miles from campus in the Bohigian Conservation Area near the Mark Twain National Forest. To schedule your visit, reserve your time or for more information, please e-mail Dr. Robin Verble, director of the field station, at firstname.lastname@example.org.