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|Colorado State University Student Association »|
|The Colorado State University Society for Ecological Restoration Student Association (CSU-SER) was established in 2008 with a goal of bringing together individuals from different disciplines that are invested in solving environmental problems. The Association hopes to foster a network for communication which will help increase the effectiveness of restoration efforts.
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|University of Colorado at Boulder »|
|Want to obtain hands-on knowledge in order to restore a prairie or a riparian zone? Want to restore old road damage and build new trails that cause reduced environmental impacts? Want to monitor restoration efforts?
At a higher level, perhaps you want to learn how to design, direct and manage restoration projects? You can obtain a leadership credential that may contribute to employment opportunities. Both of those goals are possible by participating in the restoration programs offered by several non-profit groups on the Colorado Front Range.
Here at CU, we’ve gone this one better.
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|University of Wyoming, Laramie »|
|We always welcome new members – if you’re interested in learning more, feel free to attend any meetings or contact us by email. Activities are on-going throughout the school year and the summer.
Students of all majors are encouraged to attend a meeting and consider joining this highly active RSO. ROaR! meets on the third Monday of each month in AG2034.
Why Join a student chapter?
- Professional Development
- Free SER membership:
This entitles you to SER’s monthly newsletter, frequent job postings, and access to forums and directories online.
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