K-12 Education Programs
Discovery begins at FLCC’s Muller Field Station! Located on 48 acres with direct access to the Honeoye Lake Inlet, Muller Field Station is an ideal location to receive a hands-on, field-based environmental education. Students participate in ongoing monitoring and citizen science projects, which focus on conservation, biology, chemistry and ecology within the southern Honeoye Valley and Finger Lakes region.
Discover what makes different animals uniquely suited for their habitat and role in the environment.
Animal Sign, Tracks and Scat
Learn to recognize and identify NYS mammals by the clues they leave behind.
Discover the connection between aquatic insects and water quality.
Assist in bird observation and identification for Cornell University's eBird monitoring program.
Find out what FLCC students and the NYSDEC are learning about black bears in our area.
Participate in one of the many ongoing citizen science programs at Muller Field Station.
Learn what happens to plant communities over time.
Tour the Muller walleye fish hatchery and learn how FLCC students are helping this species' survival.
Learn about aquatic and terrestrial invasive species and their impact on the environment.
One Cubic Foot
Assess the biodiversity of unique ecosystems through a cooperative project with the Seneca Park Zoo.
Assess water quality by performing different chemical tests on water samples.
Wetlands and Wetland Mammals
Learn about the different wildlife in our area's wetlands.
Wildlife Camera Trapping
Participate in FLCC's ongoing wildlife monitoring program utilizing trail cameras.
Work with our experts to design a program to meet your curriculum goals.
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Contact us to learn more about our K-12 education programs.
Faculty & StaffDr. Bruce Gilman
Director of Muller Field Station
Bruce.Gilman@flcc.edu Eric Cosman
Conservation Outreach Educator
LocationFLCC Muller Field Station
6455 County Road 36
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3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua, NY 14424