1. NatureServe
    Senior Ecologist
  1. NatureServe
    Program Manager


Restauración y Mitigación

Effective restoration and mitigation activities reestablish healthy, functioning ecosystems. But what do “healthy” and “functioning” really mean? 

Volunteers and staff with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources remove water chestnut (Trapa natans) from the Sassafras River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Photo by the Chesapeake Bay Program.

NatureServe guides restoration and mitigation projects by helping our partners identify the best areas for mitigation and restoration; the right species composition and ecosystem functions that need to be reestablished; and the appropriate methods for assessing the condition of restored ecosystems and measuring success. Our science-driven approach helps make every dollar and hour spent on mitigation and restoration count.

  1. Long-Range Transportation Planning in Pikes Peak

  2. A Community Planning Collaborative in Orange County, Florida

  3. Ecological Integrity Assessment - Wetlands