Educational Activities Overview
The largest contiguous college campus in the United States, Berry
College’s 27,000 acres is a major academic resource. Most of the land is
managed for timber and geological resources, and also for wildlife
management. Agricultural lands comprise approximately 2,000 acres for
beef and dairy cattle, horses, and hayfields. Other geographical
features include Appalachian foothills and sandstone ridges, rivers,
creeks, streams and ponds, a water reservoir, and forested areas,
ranging in elevation from 200 meters in the valley to 550 meters atop
Berry faculty authors' names in bold print; students' names underlined.
Conn, D. B. “Integrated Management for Natural
Resources, Research, and Environmental Education on America's Largest
College Campus.” Rangelands in Transition: Abstracts, Society for Range
Management, 57 th Annual Meeting, January 24-30, 2004, Salt Lake City,
Utah (2004) 57: 30-31.
Conn, D. B. "Environmental Research and Education
on America's Largest College Campus." Abstracts, AAAS Annual Meeting:
Science as a Way of Life, 13-18 February 2003, Denver, Colorado: A108.
James, S. M. "Environmental Education Guidebook to Berry College."