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Wednesday Webinars

Wednesday, April 15, 2020  
Posted by: Alexis Gibson
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In response to conference cancellations, the rapid shift to online teaching, and social distancing, SER is launching Wednesday Webinars. Every Wednesday from 1 - 2 PM EDT, you can join us for a live webinar focused on a range of restoration topics; the recordings of these webinars will also be open access for anyone to use after the event (see bottom of this page). We hope these will serve as a resource for anyone looking to stay connected, maintain their professional development, or find interesting content for their online course. At this time we can facilitate webinars but not deeper discussions between participants - we encourage you to use your existing platforms, social media, or the SER Member Discussion Forum to engage in follow-up conversations. 

Please get in touch with us if you (or a group of you!) are interested in leading a webinar or if there is a topic you would like to see covered. 

For more information on speakers and webinar topic, please click on the links below. Check back to see information on upcoming webinars as we add to the schedule. You can find recorded webinars at the bottom of this page or in our Webinar Library.


May 27 - Joint webinar with SER-NW

Fieldwork in the Time of COVID-19

Speakers: Jeff Barna, Environmental Science Associates; Ben Peterson, King County Noxious Weed Program; Regina Wandler, Skagit Land Trust


Overcoming Pollinator Habitat Restoration Challenges Through Use of Best Management Practices to Enhance Project Success

Speaker: Aaron Feggestad, Stantec


Where Road Ecology and Ecological Restoration Converge

Speaker: Marcel Huijser, Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University


 Community Restoration in Utqiaġvik, AK: Edible Plants, Cultural Relevance, and Tundra Ecology

Speaker: Lorene Lynn (CERP), Red Mountain Consulting


Natural Stable Channel Design as the Ultimate Solution for Meeting Flood Control, Resiliency, and Water Quality Goals in Natural and Hydromodified Streams in Urban and Suburban Settings – the Houston, Texas Perspective

Speaker: Lee Forbes, SWCA


 Diversity is Magic: Emerging Issues in Selecting Appropriate Native Plant Materials for Ecosystem Restoration

Speaker: Tom Kaye, Institute for Applied Ecology


 Creating a restoration-based rural economy and reviving traditional ecological knowledge in a biodiversity hotspot in India

Speaker: Ramesh Venkataraman, Junglescapes


A Framework for Climate-Smart Restoration 

Speaker: Marian Vernon, Point Blue


Rebuilding a House of Cards: Restoring the Equilibrium in Indonesia's Tropical Peatlands

Speaker: Laura Graham, BOSF-Mawas


 Selecting Native Plant Materials for Restoration Projects in Different Ecosystems: Successes and Challenges

Speaker: Karma Bouazza, Lebanon Reforestation Initiative