Established in 2011 and serving members in Nepal.
Dues: No dues
Established in 1999, SERA serves members in 17 countries throughout Australasia.
Established in 2001 and serving members in Europe and the British Isles.
Established in 1994 and serving members in Ontario, Canada.
Established 1999 and serving members in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Established in 1996 and serving members in Colorado and Wyoming .
Established in 2011 to serve members in Utah, Nevada, southern Idaho, southeastern Oregon and eastern California.
Student $ 5
Established in 2004 and serving members in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Established in 2008 and serving members in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Established in 2005 and serving members in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Established in 1992 and serving members in the Cascadia Bioregion, including Alaska, Idaho, Northern California, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
Student $ 5
Established in 1995 and serving members in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Established in 2011 and serving members in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, southern Nevada and southern California.
Student $ 5
Established in 1995 to serve members in Texas.
Sections are a new addition to the SER network. Sections are organized around a theme rather than a region like SER’s chapters. 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.
Large-scale Ecosystem Restoration Section (LERS)
Established in October 2013, SER’s Large-scale Ecosystem Restoration Section (LERS) provides a forum for an interchange of ideas, approaches, lessons learned and data developed relevant to planning, policy, science, and engineering of large-scale ecosystem restoration.
International Network for Seed-Based Restoration (INSR)
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.