The 9th Annual SER Mid-Atlantic Conference

with Temple’s Department of Landscape Architecture & Horticulture

“Ecological Restoration: How Well Does It Work?”

Temple University Ambler Campus (except for Thursday Workshop at Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve)

(Use pull-down menus under Annual Conference above for descriptions of awesome workshops and fabulous field trips, as well as registration form and more information.)

If interested in carpooling, check out the ‘Conference Logistics’ page for ridesharing options.

 Here’s a snapshot of our impressive plenary speakers:

  • William Burch – Emeritus Faculty Advisor, Urban Resources Initiative, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
  • Jennifer DiLorenzo – Director of Environmental Management for Ecological Resources Group (ERG)
  • William Young – Project Manager, Wetland Specialist, and Professor- Young Environmental, LLC , NJ
  • Doug Janiec– Senior Project Scientist, Cardno Entrix
  • John McLaughlin – Director of Ecological Services for NYCDEP
  • Mike Feller – Chief Naturalist, NYC Parks
  • Patrick Drohan – Associate Professor of Pedology, Penn State University
  • Richard Stehouwer- Professor of Soil Science, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, Penn State University

In addition to topnotch plenary sessions, you can expect a broad array of tough-to-choose concurrent presentations as well as the ever-popular Poster Pub! And of course, the SER-MA Chapter Membership Meeting over lunch (open to all) … not to mention sponsor exhibits, professional networking, and unlimited schmoozing!