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Restoration in a Changing Climate: Adapting Practices to Meet Long-term Goals
Restoration in a Changing Climate: Adapting Practices to Meet Long-term Goals
WhenTuesday, Apr. 10, 2018, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
WhereUW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture, NHS Hall, 3501 NE 41st St
Seattle, WA 98105

Numerous management guidelines suggest incorporating climate change effects into planning and design of ecological restoration projects. This provides practitioners with challenges of balancing multiple sometimes conflicting goals in actionable restoration design. Practitioners learn by case studies, the application of ecological science and study. This symposium will provide examples of how general guidelines for climate change adaptation were incorporated into existing projects in the Pacific Northwest. While introducing their local restoration projects, practitioners will highlight which pertinent questions of restoration and adaptation they have addressed and conclude with take-home messages for the practitioner community on how to transfer their experience to related settings. Lunch included. Reception to follow: 4-6pm

Speakers include:

  • David L. Peterson, Research Biologist | US Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
  • Roger Fuller, Spatial Ecologist | Western Washington University, Huxley College of the Environment
  • Brett Shattuck, Restoration Ecologist | The Tulalip Tribes
  • Matt Distler, Staff Ecologist and Restoration Coordinator | Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
  • Steven Seefeldt, PhD, Assistant Research Faculty | WSU-Mount Vernon NW Research and Extension Center
Cost: $95, Discount available for full-time students and Corps members 
Register Online or by phone (206-685-8033)

Contact; 206-685-8033
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