Point Reyes Field Station Overview and Contact Information

Contact Information 
Allison Kidder, Ph.D.
Reserve Manager
UC Point Reyes Field Station
3040 Valley Life Sciences Building
University of California Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-3140

Faculty Director
Professor David Ackerly

Approx. six miles south of Olema, CA on Hwy 1.
Ranch house with meeting room, kitchen, work space, two bathrooms (one with shower), camping area with restroom and shower access in the main house. We will start offering beds in the house soon.
Reserve Manager and Faculty Director, both on campus
Elevation in the region ranges from sea level to 429 m (1,407 ft) at the top of Mount Wittenberg in Point Reyes National Seashore and 792 m (2,576 ft) at the top of Mount Tamalpais in Mount Tamalpais State Park.
Average Precipitation
Point Reyes National Seashore January 2006 – December 2015: 73.5 cm (28.8 in)
Average Temperatures
Average high is 19 ºC (67 ºF), can reach 38 ºC (100 ºF)
Average low is 7 ºC (46ºF), can drop to -4 ºC (25 ºF)
Individual researchers and artists, groups, and classes can submit an Application and/or a Reservation to use the Point Reyes Field Station via the UC Natural Reserve System’s Reserve Application Management System (RAMS). Please email Allison Kidder, Reserve Manager, if you have any questions about the field station facilities and activities.
All researchers must have a current research permit approved by the granting agency before using Point Reyes Field Station.