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Located on the edge of the Berkshire Mountains, Westfield State offers
uncommon opportunity to learn environmental science through hands-on field work. The university owns property with wetlands, a beaver pond, fields, a wilderness area and islands on the Westfield River.
Most students also participate in internships to gain work experience. Our location offers great access to the outdoors for hiking, whitewater canoeing and kayaking, rock climbing, skiing, mountain and road biking, fishing and other activities.
The Environmental Planning Club encourages members to enrich the environment.