Pujon Hill

Pujon Hill is an educational forest location managed by UMM, where the area includes sloping land with a slope of more than 25%. This location is known as a Special Purpose Forest Area (KHDTK). KHDTK Pujon Hill is located in the upstream part of the Brantas watershed in Pujon District. This area is used as a natural laboratory for highland forests, especially for students of the Forestry Study Program. Many field activities, practicums, final assignments and research are carried out in this area. The 78 hectare area has protected forests and 3 types of production forests, namely Eucalyptus Sp, Pinus Merkusii, Agathis damara forests. NTFPs contain bamboo, clanceng honey, essential plants. Apart from that, there are distillation facilities for essential plants, cooperation areas for tourism & education, campsites, etc.

Teak Pendem

The Jati Pendem Laboratory is a field laboratory for lowland teak plant species. As a pilot for complete silvicultural management of teak plants.

Campus Forest Gazebo for the Forestry Study Program

The campus forest is an area of 0.2 Ha on the UMM campus, with an example of a mixed forest ecosystem. There is a gazebo that is used as a classroom, so you can directly observe the ecosystem and the interactions of plants and small animals there.

Forestry Greenhouse

The Forestry Study Program greenhouse is a greenhouse intended for hardwood plants with special control and cultivation techniques for the development of fast-growing, middle to slow-growing wood plants. The greenhouse is used for practicums, research and is managed jointly by students and laboratory assistants.

Forestry Laboratory

Forestry laboratories are used to manage research activities in the forestry sector such as cultivation, breeding/tissue culture, soil analysis, microbiology, vegetation analysis, wood analysis, wood product analysis, quality of wood & non-wood products, etc.

Central Laboratory

The laboratory plays a role as a source of research activities that can support the world of education. These laboratories are used jointly by several study programs that provide related courses. Some courses that require students to do practical work and are carried out in university laboratories are Basic Sciences courses. Several laboratories managed by the university include: Biology Laboratory, Chemistry Laboratory, Physics Laboratory, Language Laboratory and Computer Laboratory.