Effective Ecological Restoration Monitoring Workshop
May 17‐18, 2018
University of Montana, Missoula, MT
Many existing monitoring frameworks generate a low ratio of information to data and are difficult or
impossible to implement within available project budgets. This workshop will focus on designing effective
programsto monitor ecologicalrestoration in order to guide management actions, inform future planning,
and provide feedback about the monitoring program itself. Although several ecosystem types will be
discussed, most examples and the field exercise will focus on vegetation.
WORKSHOP COST: $350
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 1, 2018
Cara Nelson, Associate Professor of Restoration Ecology, University of Montana
Tom Parker, Principal Ecologist, Geum Environmental Consulting, Inc.
Amy Sacry, Senior Restoration Ecologist, Geum Environmental Consulting, Inc.