Please take advantage of LCC Forest and Nature Trail (with the outdoor classroom), Native Landscape, and our LCC Wetlands.
For sustainability, and to reduce our carbon footprint, using our campus areas makes sense! This nearby resource allows you to walk directly from the classroom.
Map of Biology 103 Field Trip Destinations: Biology103 Field Trip Map
1. Bldg 16 Native Landscape
The native Landscape project contains eight different documents about the Native Landscape Project and the history here at Lane Community College including information about Educational Use of the Native Landscape.
- Background History
- Landscape map
- Landscape Natures Way '02
- Landscaping Natures Way 7/05
- Educational Use of Native Landscape 2007
- Landscape Update 2007
- Milkweed Photos 2008
Native Landscape Publication Site
- Baker, G.A., 2009. Beauties of Native Landscapes: Highlighting Native Plants at Lane Community College Photo Essay. Bulletin of the Native Plant Society of Oregon 42(3):31
- Baker, G.A., 2011. Phenology Matters: NPSO members can assist scientists in determining the influence of global climate change on plant life cycle events
- Baker, G.A., 2012. Phenology Matters: Phenology Research at Lane Community College
One ongoing project is Phenology Monitoring. Since 2008, Bot 213 students have been monitoring and recording phenological progression of the plants. If you plan a project on the landscape make sure to check in with Gail Baker and Barb Dumbleton about current and past projects and which areas are sensitive.
2. Hillside Habitat (Oak woodland and open meadows) & Nature Trail
- LCC Forest Land species List 1996
- LCC Nature Trail brochure
- Plant communities LCC nature trail
- Preventing native habitat loss on the Lane Community College Campus
Some of the changes through the years
3. Perimeter Plan