ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PROGRAM FACILITIES
On campus, environmental science students have access to extensive laboratory instruments and equipment as well as a greenhouse. Muhlenberg also owns two field stations where research is conducted. The Conrad W. Raker Wildlife Sanctuary, a 39-acre field station, includes fields, forests, wetlands and a stream. The 40-acre Graver Arboretum contains many unusual species of trees and flowers in addition to several large ponds for aquatic research.