V l M V * Biology lab reveals some of natures mysteries and map making is a direct result of survey ing. With a forest classroom of more than 20,000 acres—com plete with virgin timber, abundant wildlife, fish-filled lakes and operating sawmill—the student of forestry literally lives the life of a forester, both in the traditional four-wall classroom and in the vast outdoor lecture hall that is our Campus. Opportunity knocks every hour on the hour in the Paul Smith’s College Classroom. The first few months in Foods Lab, is serious business—. After some practice, it becomes as easy as pie. It becomes equally easy to understand the lumber problems when you can be in the mill for the class.