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Grass ID course — Grasses of the Oakland Hills for EBRPD

We’re very happy to be teaching a course on grasses of the Oakland Hills for East Bay Regional Park District. This course is catered for the professional and amateur who may have limited botanical knowledge allowing the student to then feel like they can competently ID at least a dozen grasses and be tuned into… Read more »

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Bay Area Restoration Course, March 5-12-19

BAY AREA RESTORATION COURSE A formal small group course and discussion on Restoration Ecology for professionals, volunteers and interested public   Bay Area Restoration (BAR) offers an academically-infused professional course on restoration principles, project design, and monitoring. The 3 day classroom-based course will interactively present the field of restoration, teach basic principles and ideas, and… Read more »

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The Master Restoration Certificate

We are extremely excited to announce that our pilot Master Restoration Certificate (MRC) program is nearing launch. We will be partnering up with some of the most well established training programs in order to provide boundless field-based expertise and breadth to our certificate program. 2014 will be the time to join us and help create… Read more »

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Restoration Training Needs and the Future

We’ve heard quite a few discussions like this one from Linked In which mentions needs for additional training and experience AFTER a 4-year (or even 8-year) degree.