A Guide to Community-Based Habitat Restoration
This 164 page guide describes how individuals and organizations can become involved in helping to improve and restore coastal wetlands and other coastal habitat in their communities. The Guide explains the basic steps of information gathering, site selection, project implementation, monitoring, maintenance, and working with volunteers. It includes tips on battling non-natives, as well as propagating and installing native plants.
Praise for Digging In:
"Digging In is a delightful, clearly written and resource-rich read. It is an invaluable tool for ecological restorationists working in any habitat. I liked it so much I used it as an online text in my restoration ecology class at University of California, Irvine."
--excerpt from book review by Dr. Peter Bowler, UC Irvine, in Ecological Restoration, Dec '09
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