In this webinar, we present the rationale and successive steps that are required for the efficient delivery and use of seeds in ecological restoration. Case studies from prairie ecosystems in North America and from the hot deserts of north-western Australia illustrate the process. Our aim is that the information from these experiences will assist other practitioners to improve their seed-based restoration outcomes by adopting and implementing these globally-relevant approaches and techniques.
There will be a period for discussion at the end of the webinar. We encourage interaction among participants to learn from each other and improve restoration success and efficiency.
Early Stage Researcher; Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow,
Semillas Silvestres, S.L., Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain;
University of Pavia, Pavia, Lombardy, Italy
Director of Science,
Nebraska Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, Aurora, Nebraska, USA
Project Manager / Research Scientist - Restoration Seed Bank Initiative,
School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia;
Kings Park Botanic Garden, Kings Park, Western Australia, Australia
*Registration for this webinar is full. A recording will be available here the day following the webinar.*