Academic Program Review
The biology greenhouse has plants from several biomes and throughout the world. These facilities are used primarily to maintain plants used in courses and to provide space for research and other student projects. The greenhouse director is Dr. Andrew Gardner.
BioAg Field Site
The BioAg Field Site on the Stanislaus State campus is used for the application of and experimentation with permaculture, biointensive gardening techniques and associated research studies by faculty and students. The Biology representative to the BioAg Field Site is Dr. Michael Fleming.
Trans-California Pathway Project
The Trans-CA Pathway Project is a garden that attempts to represent a transect from roughly Patterson to the High Sierra in Yosemite. Its most active manager is Dr. Andrew Gardner.
Endangered Species Recovery Project
The Endangered Species Recovery Program is a cooperative research program on biodiversity conservation in central California, administered by California State University, Stanislaus.
Updated: March 22, 2022