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Collection Information:

The Wayne State College A. Jewell Schock Museum of Natural History houses over 15,000 specimens of birds, mammals, invertebrates, plants, and fossils.  The Museum was created by Jewell Schock, former Zoologist at Wayne State College.

 

Charles Maier Herbarium:

 

 

Ecological Study Area (ESA):

The ESA is located on the WSC campus and is used in environmental education for WSC students and K-12 students from regional schools.  Dr. Hammer in continuing the work of his predecessor, Dr. Chuck Meier, in working to restore the 7 acres of tallgrass prairie established in 2002. Learn more about the ESA here.

 

Contact Dr. Hammer for more information or to schedule a guided tour of the ESA prairie.

 

 

 

 

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