As part of the UC Reserve System, Sedgwick presents a “living laboratory” for world-class researchers to study the pressing issues facing plant and animal communities.
Studies range from small to large scale and across disciplines as diverse as archaeology, botany, microbiology, geology, environmental science and zoology. Some recent projects include:
- Regeneration of native oak trees
- Competition among native and invasive plant species
- Restoration of native grasslands
- Microbial activity in soils
- Cultural history