Learn how to better plan and implement habitat restoration/mitigation projects in a series of six 2-hour webinars recorded in June 2015, presented by Sustainable City Network in partnership with the Northwest Environmental Training Center.
This course is intended for those with limited to moderate amounts of experience in natural area management, natural resource management or in environmental permitting. The course is appropriate for biologists, landscape architects, planners, environmental engineers, environmental scientists, horticulturalists, foresters, park managers, project managers, developers, consultants, and anyone who supervises or participates in habitat restoration projects.
Instructor Larry Lodwick has been an ecologist for more than 40 years, with experience in both the public and private sectors. With an M.S. degree in biology from Baylor University, he has worked as a natural resources biologist for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, an ecologist for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation in coastal management and wetland regulation, and as an ecological consultant in California, Oregon, and Washington.
Lodwick recently published his latest e-book, "Creative Habitat Restoration: Comprehensive Planning, Implementation, and Long-Term Management." He has taught courses on habitat restoration in Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Texas, and in Vancouver, British Columbia, and has mentored many entry-level biologists in the science of habitat restoration.
The download includes session recording (MP4) and course documents (PDF).