Heronwood Field Station is a 5000 square foot ecological field station on over 60 acres in Alamo. Heronwood is home to several projects and programs, including high school Conservation Biology courses, a Mitchell’s satyr butterfly rearing and research program, and more. With fully equipped laboratories, a GIS station, and plenty of room for projects, Heronwood is an ideal place to work on a wide variety of research and education projects.
Please note: Heronwood Field Station is a private school and not open to the public. For education questions, please call (269) 459-8500.
Heronwood is available to business and non-profit organizations for rentals. Learn more here >