Located a mile down river from Lake McConaughy on the shore of Lake
Ogallala, near Ogallala, Nebraska, Cedar Point Biological Station is
positioned in an area of incredible biodiversity with many different
habitats coming together. Founded in 1975, Cedar Point Biological Station has grown from 33
leased acres to 600 owned by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Cedar
Point Biological Station also manages the nearly 1,300-acre Arapaho
Prairie, a gift from The Nature Conservancy.
Our unique program provides students the opportunity to use
experience-based learning to be field biologists during their courses.
Many top scientists from Nebraska and other parts of the world have
been educated or conducted research at Cedar Point Biological Station.
Your contribution to support Cedar Point Biological Station will be
used to maintain the infrastructure, perform land management and
provide scholarships to those in need. Through your help, we can
continue to provide world-class education for young scientists and
maintain our important biological research in Nebraska.
Support the Cedar Point Biological Station.
For more information, please contact:
Amber Antholz Senior Director of Development 402-458-1182 direct 800-432-3216 toll freeE-mail
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