Sedgwick Reserve accepts applications for research, university-level education , and as a space for meetings and workshop for groups that fall within the scope of our mission. Learn about facility rentals here. Check availability of facility rentals by logging into the RAMS Calendar and selecting Sedgwick Reserve.
K-12 classes interested in visiting Sedgwick should reach out to our partner, NatureTrack.
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.
Sedgwick is an idyllic and instructive site for university-level class visits. University level classes come from near and far to enable students to participate in hands-on field studies in geomorphology, botany, ecosystem management, geography, astrology, and beyond. While most classes come for the day, camping facilities are also available.
To visit as part of a K-12 class, reach out to our partner NatureTrack.
Sedgwick is one of the few NRS sites that has made itself accessible to the public through events. Our public access opportunities include:
Docent-led Interpretive Hikes
Lectures and Webinars
Special events such as the Annual Barn Dance
Meetings and Workshops
Sedgwick and its facilities are available to University, nonprofit, and community groups that fall within the our mission. Approval is subject to availability and the discretion of reserve management.