New outdoor research space benefits students, faculty and community members

The new DeLine Community Research Site is packed full of natural resource research potential.

A student sits in the forest recording data

The University of Missouri’s College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) has a new outdoor research site, and it’s just as beautiful as it is useful. The DeLine Community Research Site, a nearly 100-acre plot of land about 15 minutes from campus, is a hidden gem for Mizzou’s natural resource and forestry researchers. From north and south facing slopes filled with trees, to valleys, creeks, caves and more — it’s the perfect spot for students to dig into hands-on learning.

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