“Towards Resilient Ecosystems: Restoring the Urban, the Rural and the Wild.”
- Will be held in Manchester, England from August 23-27, 2015, with pre-Conference Training Courses taking place at Manchester Metropolitan University on Friday, August 21 and Saturday, August 22.
- If you would like to contribute to the SER2015 scientific program by organizing a symposium, leading an interactive workshop or conducting a training course in conjunction with the conference, we encourage you to submit your proposal by following this link:
The deadline for proposal submissions is December 12, 2014.
Bridging the Gap between People, Policy and Research through Restorative Design
Carol Maxwell is the Student Representative to the Board of Directors of the Society for Ecological Restoration International and a Master’s Student in the Landscape Architecture at Temple, Ambler. During this past summer she had the opportunity to attend major conferences in Finland and New Orleans, focused on large-scale ecosystem restoration, ecosystem services, and environmental policy. Her upcoming lecture on Oct 15th in Bright Hall Lounge @ 12:30 will address specific areas of innovative ecological restoration research and policy that are applicable to the field of landscape architecture and planning.
The TEMPLE SER student group was featured on the World Landscape Architecture blog for This Week In Landscape | 23 March 2014 for Teresa Pereira’s video short on SOIL MAKING.
This past week, we presented our design for a stormwater basin on the Temple-Ambler campus. We were super excited for the big-reveal!