Thomas Poe Cooper Building

The T. P. Cooper building at the University of Kentucky contains the offices of the FHC co-leaders and support team.


Picture inside of a lab

Facilities feature shared equipment rooms with modern instrumentation, located in Room 342 of the Plant Science Building.


Nursery with rows of greenery

The Kentucky Division of Forestry operates a seedling nursery at Grassy Creek in Morgan County, KY, available for FHC use.

Work Space

Plant Science Building at University of Kentucky

The Plant Science Building at the University of Kentucky houses lab and office space for research personnel.

Work Station

Overhead Shot of Robinson Forest

The Robinson Forest, one of the largest research and education forests in the eastern US, is available for FHC use.


Row of Greenhouses

Recently constructed, computer controlled, greenhouses are available for FHC use.