SER and the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, in coordination with Wiley Publishing, are excited to announce the launch of a new thematic series Restoration Ecology –– Arid Lands (RE-AL) within the journal Restoration Ecology.
Applications due October 18
SER's certification program encourages a high professional standard for those who are designing, implementing, overseeing, and monitoring restoration projects throughout the world. Apply now or between August 12-October 18.
A batch of 27 recent are getting a jumpstart on their career, becoming Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners-in-Training (CERPITs), thanks to a new partnership between Niagara College and SER’s CERP program.
Through its searchable databases and directories, the Restoration Resource Center (RRC) provides the restoration community with access to a wide variety of global resources, publications, and project information.