We want to hear about your experiences in the field (and so do your fellow restorationists)! Use the form below to submit your own restoration project to the database.
We welcome project submissions from any ecosystem anywhere in the world. Projects must qualify as ecological restoration, or must encompass ecological restoration as a principal component, to be accepted for posting. Projects can be at any stage of completion, from planning and design to post-implementation monitoring and evaluation, or even projects that are long since completed.
Please provide as much information as possible on the submission form so readers can clearly understand key aspects of your project and, ideally, benefit from your experiences in their own work. Some data fields may not be applicable for projects at earlier stages of development—feel free to state this on the form.
Try to write about project activities and outcomes with broader issues and trends in mind to maximize the utility and applicability of your experiences for people working in other regions or other contexts.
And don’t avoid talking about failures and unforeseen challenges! Along with positive outcomes and successful approaches to restoration, unsuccessful methods and approaches often have just as much to teach. Be candid about what worked and what didn’t.
All projects will be reviewed by SER staff before they are included in the database. It is our intention to accept all relevant projects as long as they meet the general guidelines above. However, we may choose not to accept a given project, in which case we will clearly inform the submitter of our decision.