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Newins-Ziegler Hall (Floor Plan)

The School of Forest Resources & Conservation has been housed at the center of main campus in Newins-Ziegler Hall (map) since 1976. The building is named for Dr. Harold S. Newins, founder and first director of the School, and Dr. Edwin A. Ziegler, early professor of forestry economics and finance.

SFRC Treewalk (map)

Austin Cary Memorial Forest

The School maintains a 2,080 acre teaching and research forest northeast of Gainesville. The forest is used by a wide variety of individuals and groups, both related to the School and otherwise.

Ft. Lauderdale (NLREC)

Milton Campus (WFREC)

Plant City Campus (GCREC)

Quincy (NFREC)

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