To contact the staff by e-mail:
Dr. Bill Harman: Willard.Harman@oneonta.edu
Matt Albright: Matthew.Albright@oneonta.edu
See our Faculty & Staff page for a full listing of BFS personnel and their contact information.
Main Offices and Laboratory: 607-547-8778
Dr. Harman's Office and Upland Interpretive Center: 607-547-6218
Directions To the BFS Main Laboratory:
Go South on Rt. 80 ~ 9 miles to the SUNY Oneonta BFS sign just before the Village's Trolley parking lot (Yellow Lot).
Go North on Rt. 28 to Cooperstown, East on Rt. 80 to the BFS Thayer Farm sign ~ 1 mile north of Cooperstown, just past the Fenimore Art Museum.
The Biological Field Station serves the community as well as the State University College at Oneonta. In addition to providing research opportunities for students, faculty, and visiting researchers, we also offer advanced training for science teachers, and programs for school children. Seminars, workshops, field trips, and data are provided for the general public. Public concern over the protection of Otsego Lake and the upper Susquehanna River has resulted in support for faculty and student research by local, state, and federal institutions. Integration of our involvement in teaching, research, and public service is central to our mission.
A map of Otsego Lake(pdf).
Last updated: Tuesday April 2, 2013