Located in Westmoreland County, Longwood University's Hull Springs is a living, breathing outdoor classroom for educational events, research and other programs.
Hull Springs provides the perfect setting for studying the environment and critical sustainability issues. The property features hundreds of acres of pine and hardwoods, natural and constructed wetlands, major tributaries feeding the Chesapeake Bay, an abundance of wildlife, and an advanced research facility.
As a Center for Excellence in Environmental Education (CE3), Hull Springs is an environmental education across the Commonwealth of Virginia—at the campus of Longwood University, from kindergarten to high school classrooms, and in the primary communities served by Longwood University, as well as a broad area touched by the Chesapeake Bay.
June 17, 2019
Dr. Brian D. Bates will present “Archaeological Sites at the Water’s Edge: Understanding the Threat to Our Past,” on Thursday, June 27 at 3 p.m.
June 03, 2019
Longwood art professor, Kerri Cushman, will present “Weaving Together Communities: Hull Springs & Longwood Studio Art” on Friday, June 7 at 2 p.m. at Hull Springs, Montross, VA.