In their fourth and last report from arid Australia, James and Thibaud Aronson discuss promising approaches and programs squarely facing the conservation issues that threaten western Australian ecosystems.
Suzanne Hicks describes a pilot study aiming to test how participation in ecological restoration projects impacts mental health.
Leighton Reid and Ryan Klopf describe a new research project that aims to understand how an important restoration tool, prescribed fire, impacts the population dynamics of a federally threatened species – small whorled pogonia orchid.
Thomas Abeli describes the first International Plant Translocation Conference – a new scientific meeting dedicated to sharing experiences to improve plant translocation science and practice to deliver more effective conservation outcomes.
Western Australia faces a biodiversity crisis driven by climate change and inadequate conservation and land management. Adam Cross and James Aronson describe how successes have begun to emerge as land management is increasingly being turned over to Indigenous Australians.
Leighton Reid describes new research linking slow forest recovery to the ancient and protracted isolation that has made Madagascar a hotspot of global endemism – plus an example of working with local farmers to overcome these challenges and restore native rain forest.
How easy is it to buy seeds for native woodland plants in central North America? Not easy at all for more than half of regional species, according to new research from Missouri Botanical Garden.
A French company, Ecocean, is using unique strategies to restore near-shore habitat and assist the recovery of endangered fish populations in the northwestern Mediterranean.
Virginia Tech offers an Ecological Restoration major for students who are passionate about nature and want to move the needle on climate change, biodiversity conservation, and ecosystem services.
Estefania Fernandez Barrancos writes about why dead wood is important and how we can get it back through ecological restoration.