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Regional Chapters

Membership with SER includes membership with the Chapter of your choice. Chapters are another great way to get the most out of your membership. Led by dedicated volunteers, SER Chapters focus on local issues and give members the opportunity meet and work with other restoration professionals, attend workshops, events and engage with the local community.

You can also consider joining one of our Sections, which are organized around a theme, rather than a geographical region. Similar to chapters, sections are run by a volunteer board and provide SER members with the opportunity to engage and share knowledge on a specific topic related to the field of restoration ecology.

Founded in 1999, SERA is infused with the energy of nearly 200 members located in 17 countries who are actively engaged in ecologically-sensitive repair and management of ecosystems through an unusually broad array of experience, knowledge sets and cultural perspectives.

Visit the SER Australasia Website

SER Europe is a network of restoration experts, exchanging knowledge and expertise for the promotion of ecological restoration in Europe. Established in 2001, Tthe SERE network is open to Scientists, Practitioners, Policy makers and other restoration enthusiasts who want to help restore Europe's ecosystems and the many services they provide to society.

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SER Ontario (SERO) was founded in 1994 and is committed to the ecologically sensitive repair and management of ecosystems. While the focus of our efforts is the Ontario region, we strive to share ideas and initiatives across borders and around the globe. Our mission is to promote the practice of ecological restoration and provide educational opportunities and materials for members and for the community at large.

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Founded in 1999, SER-WC serves British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. Our mission is to promote the science and practice of ecological restoration to assist with the recovery and management of degraded ecosystems throughout the region. Membership is open to anyone who would like to learn more about and contribute to projects involving ecological restoration.

Visit the SER Western Canada Website

Established in 1996, the Society for Ecological Restoration Central Rockies Chapter (CeSER) serves the states of Colorado and Wyoming and those interested in and working in the region. Membership in SER Central Rockies is open to anyone who would like to learn more about and contribute to projects involving ecological restoration.

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The SER Great Basin Chapter is dedicated to fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange among practitioners, researchers, students, policy makers and the general public to promote the science and application of restoration ecology. Founded in 2011, the Chapter focuses on repairing and managing Great Basin ecosystems in Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada and Utah.

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Established in 2004 and serving members in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Visit the SER Mid Atlantic Website

The Midwest-Great Lakes Chapter of SER was established in March 2008 and serves Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. SER MWGL members receive opportunities to network with colleagues and showcase your work at annual chapter meetings and state events, discounted event registration, webinars and chapter communications highlighting regional restoration issues and news.

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The SER New England Chapter was established in 2005 and serves members in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Upstate New York and Connecticut. The mission of the SER New England Chapter is to foster the integration of science, planning, education, and regulation in restoration efforts in the New England region.

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The SER Northwest Chapter was founded in 1993 as a private non-profit organization. It has since grown into a dynamic interactive professional society dedicated to the art and science of restoration. Members of SERNW are actively protecting and restoring ecosystems throughout the Cascadia bioregion which includes Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Alaska and Northern California.

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The SER Southeast was established in 1995 and serves members in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. We encourage any individual that researches, implements, works with, enjoys, or is interested in ecological restoration activities in the Southeastern United States to join the chapter.

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The SER Southwest (SW) Chapter was formed in 2011 to facilitate communication and encourage coordination amongst land managers, researchers, and restorationists working in the southwestern United States, where minimal and variable precipitation presents unique challenges for the restoration of degraded ecosystems. The SW Chapter’s mission is to foster a network of resource specialists with interest and expertise in restoring desert and other arid ecosystems and to promote the exchange of knowledge, awareness, and collaborative opportunities as a means of sustaining the diversity of life on Earth and reestablishing an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture

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Founded in 1995, the Texas Society for Ecological Restoration is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing connectivity between individuals engaged in ecologically sensitive repair and management of ecosystems. Texas SER is made up of researchers, practitioners, growers, land managers and teachers from across the state. We have joined together to ensure the long-term survival of native and endemic ecotypes, and promote a sustainable human culture which can involve itself intelligently and productively with these systems

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