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Momentum for global restoration has never been greater: 

  • international, regional, and local agreements show that communities are more committed than ever to restoring degraded lands;
  • ecological restoration is a growing field of study and a widely respected career path; and  
  • politicians worldwide increasingly recognize that ecological restoration is a solutions-based approach to addressing myriad environmental and social concerns in an integrated manner.

SER is the only international network dedicated to advancing the science, practice, and policy of restoration. For 30 years we’ve harnessed the dedication and knowledge of practitioners and scientists (now more than 2,700 and growing) to build a global movement to restore the earth.

Operating a global professional network in a dynamic field requires the support of dedicated donors. SER is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. By making a contribution, you'll help ensure that our vital work continues. 

Learn more about our impact over the last 30 years and find out where we are headed.

Ready to give? Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes -- your gift, no matter what amount, will make a difference.

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Sustainability Fund » Donate Online

Your gift will support our many efforts to promote the field of ecological restoration: offering opportunities for training and education; advising and collaborating on global environmental policy; elevating the practice of ecological restoration through certification; and connecting students, practitioners, and scientists worldwide.

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SER2019 Environmental Offsets Program: The Princess Vlei Restoration Project » Donate Online

The Princess Vlei Restoration Project takes place in the Greater Princess Vlei Conservation Area (GPVCA), a wetland in Cape Town, South Africa. The GPVCA is located in a low-income area, disadvantaged by apartheid spatial planning. Racially discriminatory policies led to the area being neglected by authorities, resulting in the degradation of its ecological integrity. The Forum has initiated a five-year restoration project to rehabilitate and restore three endangered vegetation types on the site

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SER2019 Environmental Offsets Program: Tooro Botanical Gardens (TBG) » Donate Online

The Tooro Botanical Gardens Project aims to save threatened native tree species in Uganda by raising awareness of tree species diversity, increasing the supply of native seedlings, and by planting additional native trees in degraded areas.

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