There are many opportunities to become involved at the Andrews Forest!
Visitors to the forest are invited to hike the trails. Find more information on our Visit the Forest page.
Researchers interested in conducting research at the site can find more information on our Infrastructure for Researchers and Guidelines for Researchers pages
Graduate students can connect through our graduate student community, through research, and through field research opportunities. Check our News and Events page for postings on summer field work openings. The positions are posted in early spring and generally occur at the site in summer.
Undergraduate students may be interested in our Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, funded by the National Science Foundation. Check our News and Events page for postings for these openings. REU positions are posted in early spring and generally occur at the site in summer.
K-12 students and teachers can find information in our Education pages and incorporate Andrews Forest data into classroom activities.
Job opportunities will be posted to our News and Events.
Events and meetings will be posted in our News and Events page. They include HJA Day and our Symposium.
Groups and classes are invited to schedule a tour or use the facilities for meetings, conferences, and workshops. See our Facilities pages or contact our Site Director.
Anyone is encouraged to support the Andrews Forest. Please make a donation to our Andrews Forest Fund.
If you have any questions, contact the LTER Coordinator.