Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy

13093 Henry Beadel Dr
Tallahassee FL 32312
(850) 893-4153

Recognized as one of the nation’s largest leading land trusts by conserving more than 160,000 acres in North Florida and South Georgia, this fire-ecology-oriented research station is where in 1895 naturalist Henry Beadel began his work on using fire as a timber and wildlife-management tool. It was originally Beadel’s hunting plantation. The Tall Timbers Research Station was established in 1958 and researchers continue his work there. Tours offered by appointment only

Go to Website

Recognized as one of the nation’s largest leading land trusts by conserving more than 160,000 acres in North Florida and South Georgia, this fire-ecology-oriented research station is where in 1895 naturalist Henry Beadel began his work on using fire as a timber and wildlife-management tool. It was originally Beadel’s hunting plantation. The Tall Timbers Research Station was established in 1958 and researchers continue his work there. Tours offered by appointment only

#IHEARTTALLY #IHEARTTALLY

Share your most epic Tallahassee moments with #iHeartTally.

STAY IN THE KNOW.

Stay up to date with all things Tallahassee when you sign up for our newsletters.

Visit Tallahassee Newsletter