• Revegetating former Lake Mills reservoir, Elwha River, WA. Photo: Joshua Chenoweth, Olympic National Park.
  • Restored Willamette Valley Prairie Meadow, Albany, OR. Photo: Lynda Boyer, Heritage Seedlings.
  • Coyote Prairie, Eugene, OR. Photo: City of Eugene
  • Swainson's Thrush Nest, Lower Quilceda Watershed, WA.  Photo: Allison Warner.
  • Restored field, Kittitas County, WA.  Photo: Pete Lopushinsky.
  • Bagley Lakes Trail, Mt. Baker, WA.  Photo: Allison Warner.
  • Bagley Lakes Trail, Mt. Baker, WA.  Photo: Allison Warner.

About SER Northwest

The SER Northwest Chapter was founded in 1993 as a private non-profit organization. It has since grown into a dynamic interactive professional society dedicated to the art and science of restoration. Members of SERNW are actively protecting and restoring ecosystems throughout the Cascadia bioregion which includes Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Alaska and Northern California.

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Become a Chapter Member

Membership in SER Northwest is open to anyone who would like to learn more about and contribute to projects involving ecological restoration. Chapter members enjoy benefits that include discounts to chapter conferences, a subscription to Cascadia Restoration Management and News, and opportunities to connect with regional restoration efforts.

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