After directing numerous urban stream restoration projects, award-winning hydrologist Ann Riley has discovered that it is feasible to restore dynamic, functioning stream ecosystems in some of the most...

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Kalalau Valley from Pihea Trail in the rain.

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This guest post if from Teresa Pereira, winner of our Why Restore? video contest

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Congratulations Teresa Pereira and Taylor Keegan on winning the Island Press and Society for Ecological Restoration Why Restore? video contest! Thank you for taking part in our contest and for your contributions to ecological restoration. Keep up the...

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Ecological restoration is an increasingly important part of the discussion among all of us who are concerned about the global environment. There is a steady stream of news about restoration initiatives around the world— an inspiring groundswell of...

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In last Friday’s Washington Post, William Booth recognized Arbor Day by pointing out the “brutal reality” that “...

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Here in lovely northern California, where I work from a home office, the poppies are finally in bloom, scattering their cheerful yellow flowers generously across the main meadow. These days, the path to the mailbox is a festival of...

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