Reef Resilience Network The Reef Resilience Network connects marine resource managers with information, experts, resources, and skill-building opportunities. SER will be working with RRN in the coming months to leverage resources and enhance coral restoration efforts globally.
Avian Oasis Indian Ridge Marsh is not one of the Chicago Park District’s flashiest properties. It doesn’t have a basketball court or a field house. Indian Ridge is a new type of park, focused on restoring the natural areas that once covered this part of Chicago. (via South Side Weekly)
Restoration Potential of Invaded Abandoned Agricultural Fields: What Does the Seed Bank Tell Us? (Haussmann et al.)
Effectiveness of passive restoration on density and diversity of regenerating tree species in mixed Dipterocarp forests of Nepal (Sapkota and Stahl)
Ecohydrological gradients and their restoration on the periphery of extracted peatlands(Lefebvre-Ruel et al.)
Members Publish in Current Biology SER members Paul Nevill, Adam Cross, and Kingsley Dixon recently published "Ethical seed sourcing is a key issue in meeting global restoration targets."
SERNews Restoration in Africa Enjoy our member-exclusive quarterly newsletter with three original articles on restoration projects across Africa. You'll also find chapter and section updates, policy updates, and more!
Policy Update From presentations at the UN COP14 in Egypt to attending Reef Futures 2018 in Florida, find out what SER's policy team has been working on.