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Use of Sedgwick Facilities

Sedgwick and its facilities are available to non-profit organizations and community groups that fall within the constraints of our mission (education, research and community outreach). Housing or meeting space must be booked using the Reserve Access Management System (RAMS). 

Facilities

Clark Hall
One of only three Platinum LEED rated green buildings in the UC system, the Tipton Meeting House the heart of the Sedgwick Reserve, serving as its headquarters, classroom and docent meeting space. With a capacity of 75 and WiFi enabled, Clarke Hall is...
4 bedroom ranch house
The sprawling 4 bedroom ranch house serves as Sedgwick Reserve's primary housing quarters for researchers, faculty and other professionals whose work requires short and long-term stays at the reserve. The house offers 10 person capacity of shared...
The newly built bunkhouse is perfect for 2-6 researchers whose work requires overnight stays at Sedgwick. It has two twin beds in one room, and a bunkroom with two bunkbeds to accomodate 4 additional people. It has 1.5 bathrooms and a galley kitchen with...
tent camp with shower house
Camp facilities currently serve as the Reserve's primary housing for visiting students. Four vinyl tent cabins each have 4 single beds, which can accomodate 16 people. There is no electricity in the cabins so headlamps and warm sleeping bags are...
Observatory at Sedgwick
The Byrne Observatory at Sedgwick (BOS) is part of the Las Cumbres Observatory, a private operating foundation building a global network of telescopes for professional research and citizen investigations. LCO schedules the telescope for academic and...
Contact:

Sandy Seale sseale@lco.global 

https://lco.global/

K-12 guided tour
Property and field station tours led by knowledgeable docents can be arranged by advanced reservation.
Rates:

$20/person suggested donation