Fer-de-Lodge is furnished with two handcrafted hardwood beds (full and twin), a desk and chair, and a hammock. It is also outfitted with a colorful hand-painted Mexican ceramic sink, beautiful hardwood floors, screened walls and skylights, making it one of the brightest facilities at BFREE.
Fer-de-Lodge is one of three private cabins located in the researcher compound, which also includes a 2-stall composting bathroom, hot/cold shower, and the laboratory. All are nestled comfortably in the forest and though very private are centrally located.
Researchers, educators, independent travelers and families enjoy staying in these comfortable cabins at the field station.
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Fer-de-Lodge was designed by Jacob Marlin and built by Marcelino Pop with the help of other BFREE staff. Its construction was made possible through funding offered by many dedicated donors who support developing this type of infrastructure at the field station. A special thanks to David and Jackie Marlin, who sponsored construction of this cabin in honor of their children Michael, Jessica and Jacob.