The B. F. Grant Memorial Forest comprises 12,250 acres located in the piedmont region of east-central Georgia. The forest is composed of natural pine, pine plantations, pine hardwood, upland hardwood, and bottomland hardwood. The bulk of the property lies in Putnam County with the remaining acreage (2%) in Morgan County. This forest is managed for research, teaching, service and outreach, and to generate revenue that supports the School and its programs. The School also has a cooperative agreement with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for use of the B. F. Grant Memorial Forest as a state Wildlife Management Area.