Online Networks

Global Restoration Network
The Global Restoration Network (GRN) provides the field of ecological restoration with a comprehensive web-based portal to trustworthy and hard-to-find information on all aspects of restoration, from historic ecosystems and causes of degradation to in-depth case studies and proven restoration methods and techniques. The overriding mission of the GRN is to link research, projects, and practitioners in order to foster an innovative exchange of experience, vision, and expertise.

Indigenous Peoples’ Restoration Network
The Indigenous Peoples’ Restoration Network (IPRN) provides resources intended to support native and tribal communities in need of technical assistance for environmental restoration and cultural rehabilitation, and to assist indigenous leaders and practitioners in their efforts to apply traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) within their own vision of political, economic, and cultural sovereignty. The IPRN is a comprehensive portal for TEK references on the web (books, articles, guides, documents, statements, discussion papers, journals) as well as links to training and technical assistance, project case studies, education and outreach materials, university programs, and funding sources.

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Community Restoration Network

The Community Restoration Network (CRN) aims to facilitate ecosystem and habitat restoration at the local level by helping grassroots, volunteer-driven projects and organizations understand the basic tenets of ecological restoration and obtain the practical knowledge and tools needed to fund, plan, staff, implement, and monitor effective restoration projects. The CRN provides handbooks and step-by-step guides to elucidate important principles of restoration, as well as annotated listings of community-based projects with on-going volunteer opportunities and public and private funders that award grants to community-based environmental projects

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