Facilities

Kroon Hall
Kroon Hall, 195 Prospect St., built in 2009.
52,635
square feet.
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Houses the Dean’s office, faculty, and Student Services staff. Contains Burke Auditorium, 3 classrooms, student study and lounge spaces. Also houses the Yale Climate and Energy Institute, the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale, and the Undergraduate Environmental Studies Program.

Sage Hall, 205 Prospect St., built in 1924.
27,698
square feet.
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Houses faculty and staff, including Admissions & Financial Aid, Development & Alumni Services, Communications, Business Office, IT. Contains Bowers Auditorium and 2 classrooms. Centers: Governance, Environment & Markets Initiative; Yale Program on Climate Change Communication.

Marsh Hall, 360 Prospect St., built in 1878. 
13,048 square feet.

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Houses faculty, staff, and two classrooms. Also houses the Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry, and the quasi-independent Forests Dialogue.

Greeley Memorial Laboratory, 370 Prospect St., built in 1959.
24,246 square feet.
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Houses faculty, staff,  2 seminar rooms and labs. Also houses the Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering.  Separate Greenhouse (4,278 GSF).
 
301 Prospect St., built in 1907. 
12,932
square feet.
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Houses faculty, staff and one seminar room. Also houses the Hixon Center for Urban Ecology, the Urban Resources Initiative, the Environmental Leadership Training Initiative, the Tropical Resources Institute and the Yale Sustainable Food Project.
 
380 Edwards St., built in 1907. 
10,475
square feet.
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Houses faculty, staff a classroom and and a seminar room. Also houses the Center for Industrial Ecology and the Journal of Industrial Ecology.
 
Other
• 4 labs in Class of 1954 Environmental Science Center, 21 Sachem St. (4,657 square feet)
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Land Holdings

See also: School Forests website.

Connecticut:
Yale Myers Forest
 
 
Ashford, Eastford, Union and Woodstock
 
7,840 acres
 
Great Mountain Forest
 
Norfolk and Canaan 10 acres within 6,500-acre forest*, the camp and surrounding area
New Hampshire:
Yale Toumey Forest
 
 
Keene and Swanzey
 
1,930 acres
Goss Woods
 
Richmond 185 acres
 
Vermont:
Bowen Forest
 

Mt. Holly

462 acres
Cross Woods
 
West Windsor 103 acres
 
Crowell Ravine
 
Dummerston 285 acres
 
* Owned by a nonprofit corporation controlled by family of Star Childs B.S.’76, For. ’80


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