Ecological restoration is a process for recovering forests, grasslands, and other ecosystems that have been degraded. Engage with experts in natural resource conservation and fellow participants and volunteers to challenge your assumptions and have conversations about ecological restoration. Explore what we mean when we say ecological restoration, consider examples in concept and practice, and discuss the implications of this work.
The online component of this class is self-guided and can be completed wherever you have access to a computer, at your own pace. Online assignments will be due before each on-site session.
This program includes self-paced online components and two in-person sessions.
Instructor: Kurt Dreisilker, head of natural resources and collections, The Morton Arboretum
Age: 16 and older
Course number: W100