Ecological Reflections is a network of sites dedicated to long-term, collaborative science and art inquiry in places of ecological or cultural importance. The network grew from the National Science Foundation funded Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) program.
Sites represented in the Ecological Reflections network extend from the hardwood forests of New England to the old growth forests of the Oregon Cascades; from the fresh and saltwater wetlands of the Everglades to the temperate lakes of Northern Wisconsin. Drawing Water is Trout Lake Station's name for its collaborative art and science work. Through Drawing Water, the Center for Limnology participates in Ecological Reflection, a larger global network of sites where ecological research and arts and humanities collaborations are being explored.