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Freeman Ranch

Freeman Ranch is a 3,500 acre (1416.39 hectare) plot of land between San Marcos and Wimberley, Texas.


Freeman Ranch is a working ranch which also serves as an educational model for ranch management and is devoted to various fields of research.[1] It is regularly used for educational outreach.


Researchers and students visit the ranch and participate in educational activities and projects. Researchers and students are allowed to conduct experiments and studies at the ranch, including forensic anthropology.[2]


Freeman Ranch is commonly used by local Boy Scout troops[3] as a location for events such as Camporee.

Since 2008, it has been the site of the 26-acre Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State.


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Coordinates: 29°56′18″N 98°00′30″W / 29.93833°N 98.00833°W / 29.93833; -98.00833

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