Community Events at Muller Field Station
Muller Field Station offers a wide variety of community programs year-round. Join us for our annual open house, community channel paddles, our monthly speaker series, nature walks, and much more.
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What to Expect at Community Events
Muller Field Station is part of a diverse ecosystem that is home to thousands of different plants, insects, and animals. We host a variety of events that educate the public about conservation and environmental science. Our offerings have expanded to include yoga, art classes, and other interdisciplinary experiences. Learn about some of our reoccurring programs below.
Guided Nature Walks
Join a MFS naturalist for a walk along the channel trail to observe wildflowers, trees, animal tracks, birds, insects, and many other surprises along the way. Guided nature walks are also offered at other various locations in the Honeoye Valley such as Harriet Hollister Spencer Recreation Site, Wesley Hill Nature Preserve, Canadice Lake, and Hemlock Lake.
Community Channel Paddles
Canoeing or kayaking through the silver maple-ash swamp is an excellent way to see the biological diversity of the region. Join a guided paddle north to Honeoye Lake (if the beavers allow it) or south into the heart of the wetland. Along the way you will learn about the history of the watershed and the flora and fauna of the swamp.
A Talk on the Wild Side
This speaker series features an interesting environmental or cultural topic each month. Our speakers have a wide range of expertise and present on subjects such as bat biology, plant science, herpetology, lake health, astronomy, indigenous traditions, and other captivating phenomena.
The landscape and facilities available at Muller Field Station create a wonderful place to practice yoga, heal through stillness workshops, and participate in mindfulness retreats. These programs are led by certified instructors in the local area and have an associated fee.
Workshops & Retreats
Muller Field Station offers an inviting space to host a variety of workshops including animal track identification, journaling, nature photography, and permaculture basics. To see what workshops are available, refer to the events above or the list of topics on our educational programming page.
Host an Employee Retreat at Muller Field Station
Muller Field Station has all the necessary accommodations you need to host your next employee retreat. The Muller Lodge is fully equipped with various meeting spaces, technology hook-ups, and a full kitchen. There is an outdoor pavilion, kayaks and canoes for a team bonding experience through the swamp, and beautiful trails to explore.
Please email Alexandria.firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and book your event.
MFS Strategic Plan
Our 2021-2026 strategic plan states our goals and describes how we are making environmental conservation education and stewardship science more accessible every day.
Faculty & StaffMaura Sullivan
Director of Muller Field Station
Maura.Sullivan@flcc.edu Alexandria Esposito
Assistant Director of Muller Field Station
Alexandria.Esposito@flcc.edu Chelsea Gendreau
Conservation Education Outreach Coordinator
LocationFLCC Muller Field Station
6455 County Road 36, Honeoye, NY 14471 FLCC Canandaigua Campus
3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, NY 14424