The Duke Forest, comprising 7,050 acres of land just outside of Durham, NC, is a teaching and research forest that was established in 1931. Affiliated with Duke University, the Duke Forest facilitates research and education in forestry, ecology, and a wide range of environmental science topics. It also fosters community connections by providing opportunities for outdoor recreation, as well as offering tours and other educational events.

This site will be used to communicate information about the details and progress of special projects within the Duke Forest.

More information about the Duke Forest and its management can be found on the main Duke Forest website.


4 Responses to Home

  1. J. Wadd says:

    Is anyone maintaining / updating this site? Where can I get more current info on this project?

  2. Kendall says:

    Here is something you may want to post:
    On Monday, 3/20/17, between 5:30-6:30pm, two cars had their windows smashed while parked at the Laurel Hill Foot Trail entrance to Duke Forest on Whitfield Road. The police officer that responded said that the day before two cars had been broken into while parked at Mt. Sinai Road entrances to Duke Forest.

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