Ball State's Field Station and Environmental Education Center (FSEEC) provides hands-on learning and observation of nature and encourages exploration of natural processes by students of all ages. Our research activities are directed toward understanding human impact on ecological processes and communities, and we share our resources and data.
Our center is a collaboration of the Departments of Biology, Natural Resources and Environmental Management, Landscape Architecture, Geology, and others. FSEEC is comprised of six properties totaling 425 acres.
Want to learn more? Check out our frequently asked questions (FAQ) page or contact us.
Ball State University’s Field Station and Environmental Education Center proudly hosts this hands-on workshop to demonstrate practical, low-cost techniques to create or restore natural and native wetland habitats. Participants learn to select appropriate locations, test soil texture, choose appropriate construction techniques, work with heavy equipment operators, and select and establish native wetland plants.
Internationally renowned instructor, Tom Biebighauser, teaches wetland restoration workshops worldwide. Participants actively engage in design and construction of natural-appearing and functioning wetlands.