Resource Database

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The RRC database contains a wide variety of resources and publications related to ecological restoration, and we are actively working to expand this collection. It is our aim to serve as the principal clearinghouse for information and tools to support the work of researchers, practitioners, land managers, educators, students, and anyone else interested in restoration. Use the filter tool below to search the database by title, author, resource type, keyword, or any combination of these factors.

Although SER does review all entries in the database for relevance and quality, these resources have not been rigorously reviewed or extensively vetted in every case, and SER therefore makes no claim as to their accuracy or accordance with generally accepted principles in the field. The database is provided as a resource for visitors to the SER website, and it is ultimately left to the individual user to make their own determinations about the quality and veracity of a given publication or resource.

If there is a resource we missed, please let us know! We are interested in current books, articles, technical documents, videos, and other resources that are directly relevant to ecological restoration science, practice or policy, as well as resources treating the social, cultural and economic dimensions of restoration.

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11 matching resources found.

Fieldwork in the time of COVID-19

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Join a panel of practitioners from several realms (governmental, contracting, and non-profit) to learn how they are adapting field work plans to reduce risks to practitioners and community members in the time of COVID 19. As we are all learning and adapting to this strange new world together, we’ll wrap up with time for participants to share their own ideas and ask questions of panelists and each other.

Speakers include the following SER-NW chapter board members: Jeff Barna, Ben Peterson, and Regina Wandler.

Resource Type:Webinar
Publication Date: 2020
Pre-approved for CECs under SER's CERP program

University of Montana COVID-19 Guidelines for Off-campus Field Research

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Guidelines for off-campus field research developed by the University of Montana (as of May 4, 2020).

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

Guidelines for volunteers and volunteer organizations during COVID-19 outbreak in Washington

Abstract:

During this national emergency, we understand individuals who are not suffering from the coronavirus may want to help. However, all volunteer activities must follow critical health and safety protocols so we can protect volunteers, residents, clients, and agencies. This document provides general guidelines for volunteers and volunteer organizations and may be useful is developing organization-specific best practices.

Resource Type:Web-based Resource
Publication Date: 2020

Parks and Recreation Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) COVID-19 Best Practices Manual

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Coronavirus safety protocols developed the City of Missoula (Montana, USA), including for fieldwork done by city staff in maintaining Missoula parks and open spaces.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

COVID-19 Work Protocols – Garden Cycles LLC

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Safety protocols from Garden City, LLC, an organization in Washington (USA) focused on native plant restoration and invasive species control.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

Five Valley Land Trust COVID-19 Phase II Protocol

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Guidelines from Five Valleys Land Trust (Montana, USA) on COVID-19 safety protocols.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

Modo de Operación en situación de pandemia COVID19 – Parque Nacional Torres del Paine (Magallanes, Chile)

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COVID-19 fieldwork and operation guidelines for the ecological restoration work being done in Parque Nacional Torres del Paine (Magallanes, Chile). Document includes guidelines in Spanish and English.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

COVID-19 Fieldwork Safety Plan – SWCA

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COVID-19 Field Safety Protocols from SWCA COVID-19 Task Force (released in June 2020) including guidelines for pre-fieldwork, prepping and cleaning vehicles, communal living, personal hygiene, and post-work communication.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

COVID-19 Fieldwork Guidelines with Native American Community

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These COVID-19 guidelines focus on fieldwork preparations that include a 2-week quarantine and working with a Native American/Indian community. The author has removed identifying information about the project and wishes them to be anonymous.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

COVID-19 Protection Plan – Skagit Land Trust

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Skagit Land Trust prioritizes the well-being of our community, including our staff, volunteers,
contractors, partners, landowners and members. This protection plan lays out the protocols we will
follow during the Washington Stay Home order in response to the spread of COVID 19 – this is the version of the plan shared with volunteers.

Resource Type:Technical Document
Publication Date: 2020

COVID-19 Resources for the Restoration Industry – ERBA

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ERBA’s mission during the COVID-19 pandemic is to support our members’ continued business operations in a safe manner and act as a resource to Congress and policymakers working to support infrastructure investments. To that end, we are pleased to provide this COVID-19 resource center that contains links to letters, legal alerts, and government recovery program applications.

Resource Type:Web-based Resource
Publication Date: 2020