Educator and researcher for over 40 years involving hundreds of students with field research and restoration ecology and the creation/rehabilitation/restoration of natural areas.

Extensive research and habitat restoration work with several endangered species and wetland habitats.

Involved with the art and science of Restoration Ecology since the groundbreaking 1988 conference ‘Restoring the Earth’ and, also in 1988, the Society for Ecological Restoration and Management.

Restoration of small wetlands and creation of natural areas that serve as ‘postage stamp habitats’ and ‘migratory waystations’ – all incorporating students, schools, neighborhoods and communities.

Students studying in a restored Natural Area.

Extensive experience with education, research, environmental landscaping, the restoration of habitats, species and the outreach of communities to understand and appreciate nature and ecoregions.