- Chapters & Sections
- Professional Development
- News and Events
Sections are organized around a theme rather than a 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. Membership with SER Sections is free.
The International Network for Seed-based Restoration (INSR) links practitioners, scientists, community and government and industry who use seed in ecological restoration and rehabilitation. With an interactive web page and development of discussion forums between seed users around the world, the network is for everyone interested in making the most out of their native seeds. Special subgroups include: seed coatings and pelleting, seed dormancy, provenance, seed storage, precision seeding, germination-on-demand and many more are planned.Visit the INSR Website
Established in October 2013, SER's Large-scale Ecosystem Restoration Section (LERS) is dedicated to:
Visit the LERS Website