The Tully, New York campuses provide field research, instruction and demonstration sites for all curricula on a year-round basis. Classroom facilities are available for scheduled course work, seminars and meetings. The property is most heavily used by students in field laboratory courses during the academic year, research is conducted at all times of the year.
Making Maple Syrup
Every year, cut-your-own trees are available at Heiberg Forest from after Thanksgiving until just before Christmas. Species include Douglas fir and balsam fir. Bring a non-mechanized sawchain saws not permittedor borrow a saw from the Heiberg staff.
Video of the installation of a wind turbine, used to help power Heiberg facilities
315/696-5629 or 315/470-6627
Approximately twenty miles south of Syracuse exit Interstate Route 81 at exit 14. Turn east onto NYS Route 80. Proceed into the village of Tully, through traffic signal and turn right at the first street (Railroad Avenue). Continue to stop sign, turn left and then right to cross the railroad tracks on Grove Street. Proceed south for approximately 1.8 miles to Maple Ridge Road, the forest entrance. The forest office and classrooms are located 1.25 miles south on Maple Ridge Road.