Millersville University Biological Preserve
Millersville, PA 17551
The Millersville University Biological Preserve was established on July 1, 2013.
It is located along the southeastern edge of campus, adjacent to the Conestoga River lies Millersville’s Biological Preserve, which is affectionately know by the university community as “The Bush”.
The Biological Preserve serves as a living laboratory for Millersville’s biology and other students as well as a riparian buffer for the Conestoga River.
Acres of land that had been cleared for stormwater management purposes have since been reforested through partnerships between Millersville’s Biology Department and the Stroud Water Research Center.
As you enter to enjoy the natural beauty of this place, please be mindful of the important ongoing educational and scientific activities within.