The Yale Forests provide research opportunities in diverse disciplines from forest ecology and management to biometeorology and climate, and from wildlife population dynamics to land-use history.
The Yale Forests are available for research to faculty, students, and research affiliates from across Yale, and from other universities and organizations
While the majority of current research is conducted at the Yale-Myers Forest in Union, CT, researchers are invited to work at the school’s other forest holdings in Vermont and New Hampshire as well. Research areas are available for short- and long-term studies. Learn more about our Facilities.
Left: Inside the laboratory at Yale-Myers Forest. Right: 2018 Kohlberg-Donohoe Fellow Kimi Zamuda (MESc ‘19) sets up a camera trap; photo by Sam Mardell.