The Ecology and Natural Resource Teaching Area (ENRTA) is a biological field station managed by the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management (RWFM), in collaboration with the Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology (ECCB). The mission of ENRTA is to provide teaching, research and outreach opportunities for the Texas A&M community and the citizens of the greater Bryan/College Station area.
ENRTA is located at 1183 Fishtank Roa (see Location). It consists of 280 acres of primary use area, publicly accessible and available for teaching and research. The ENRTA also includes 665 acres of secondary use area, available on request for teaching and research (see ENRTA Map).
The ENRTA facility includes a classroom with AV and Wi-fi capabilities, a dry lab and fire lab. It also includes a shop and storage space for professors, which is fully stocked with tools, equipment, and vehicles which can be checked out by faculty, students, and staff for use on university projects. Visit the Reserve tab for more details.