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The science, practice and humans of ecological restoration. We assist the recovery of ecosystems, which promises a brighter future for human livelihoods and health as well as a just transition in a warming world.

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    • 4.9 • 14 Ratings

The science, practice and humans of ecological restoration. We assist the recovery of ecosystems, which promises a brighter future for human livelihoods and health as well as a just transition in a warming world.

    Local Oak Novela with The Lakewood Oak Protectors

    Local Oak Novela with The Lakewood Oak Protectors

    It’s First Lushootseed name is čaʔadᶻac aka Oregon white oak, Garry oak, or Quercus garryana. Join us on a deep dive on the intersections of urban development, environmental racism, organizing against tree loss, and the oak restoration imaginary.

    • 36 min
    Recovering Lost Species with Dolly Jørgensen

    Recovering Lost Species with Dolly Jørgensen

    Absence of species we feel belong in our lives gives rise to powerful emotions. "It’s the feeling of environmental lost-ness and the potential found-ness that motivates decisions about recovering locally extinct animals," says Dr. Dolly Jørgensen, historian of the environment and technology and an environmental humanities scholar.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Coppice & Pollard with Alex Slakie

    Coppice & Pollard with Alex Slakie

    Disrupted by enclosure of the commons and colonialism, people have had a relationship with trees via coppice and pollard for eons. My guest is Alex Slakie who grows and wild-tends willow coppices and stands of medicinal plants in the Columbia River Gorge.

    • 41 min
    Mapping Abundance with Candace Fuijikane

    Mapping Abundance with Candace Fuijikane

    Candace Fujikane leads us through Kanaka Maoli cartographies via moʻolelo, oli, and mele. Through the art of kilo, observing natural laws in relationships with the akua, elemental forms, leads to abundant-mindedness, restoration and decolonial futures.

    • 53 min
    Forest Gardens with Chelsey Armstrong

    Forest Gardens with Chelsey Armstrong

    Forest gardens are intimate with humans. Professor Chelsey Armstrong refer to these forests as novel ecosystems - composed of communities of species that result from human agency, ecosystem engineering and wildcrafted species from nearby regions.

    • 47 min
    Words about Weeds with Just Language

    Words about Weeds with Just Language

    I fortuitously got mixed up with this group called Just Language. Christopher Widmaier, Danielle Bunch, Lisa Fink and Celeste Williams interrogate our language around invasive species. Join in the dialogue and effort to make our conservation language more inclusive and purge terms like “invasive” and “alien” that have racist, prejudiced and xenophobic implications. Clayton County Water Authority and Green Collar Collaborations make this project possible.

    • 30 min

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