Restoration education: Ecological Restoration special issue (2010)
In mentioning Bakker and Howell's work reviewing introductory ecological restoration courses earlier this week, I failed to acknowledge that Ecological Restoration also ran an entire special issue on education and outreach in ecological restoration. This issue focuses not on the formal university courses that Bakker and Howell highlight, but numerous community and participatory contexts around the world. If you have an interest in restoration education of all stripes, please look up Volume 28, issue 2 of Ecological Restoration.
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