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Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry
360 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511 USA
203.432.5117
203.432.3809 fax

Directions

The Global Institue of Sustainable Forestry is part of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and is located in Marsh Hall, 360 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT.

Interactive map of Yale Campus.

Travel: New Haven can be reached by rail, bus and air. It is also easily accessible from major highways I-91, I-95 and Route 34.


Marsh Hall 360 Prospect St

By Car To Marsh Hall:

From I-95 going north or south, or from Rt. 34, take the interchange to I- 91 going north. Continue below.

From I-91 going north, take the Trumbull St. exit, (exit #3). Stay on Trumbull St., passing Orange St., Whitney Ave. and Hillhouse Ave. Turn right onto Prospect St. and keep going to the top of the hill. Marsh Hall is on the left just beyond the corner of Edwards St. Note that the parking entrance is the 2nd driveway.

From I-91 going south take the Willow St. exit (exit #6). Coming off the ramp turn right onto Willow St. Continue on Willow St. until it ends on Whitney Ave. Turn right onto Whitney Ave. for 1 block. Turn left onto Canner St. two blocks (counting from the left) up the hill. Turn left onto Prospect St. Marsh Hall will be on the right.

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By Rail

New Haven's Union Train station is a ten-minute taxi ride to campus. Trains run to New Haven on Amtrak and locally by MetroNorth.

By Air

New Haven can be reached from Kennedy, LaGuardia or Newark Airports (a minimum of 2½ hours ground travel time), Hartford's Bradley International Airport (approximately 1½ hours ground travel by Limo) or New Haven's Tweed Regional Airport (ten minutes to campus by taxi). For information on flights into Tweed visit www.flytweed.com.

Other area airports include Boston Logan International, Providence T.F. Green Airport, and Westchester County Airport.

Click here for information on Ground Travel between New Haven and listed airports.

Note: Newark Airport now has an Amtrak stop of its own, so one can take a train directly from Newark to New Haven,

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