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  • Native seed production
  • Restoration work on Scooby Fire, Box Elder Co., UT

ABOUT SER GREAT BASIN

Founded in 2011, The SER Great Basin Chapter is dedicated to fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange among practitioners, researchers, students, policy makers and the general public to promote the science and application of restoration ecology. The Chapter focuses on repairing and managing Great Basin ecosystems in Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada and Utah.

BECOME A CHAPTER MEMBER!

Membership in the SER Great Basin Chapter is open to all members of SER. Annual dues are $15 with a discounted rate of $5 for students. Benefits include reduced registration fees for annual meetings, field tours and other events; the SERGB Newsletter and announcements; and opportunities to network with colleagues working throughout the Great Basin. Please visit the SER membership page to learn more.