Founded in 1995, the Texas Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing connectivity between individuals engaged in ecologically sensitive repair and management of ecosystems.
By Rachel Galan, Caddo Mounds State Historic Site [image_carousel source=”media: 3198,3199,3197″ limit=”20″ slides_style=”photo” controls_style=”dark” crop=”4:3″ columns=”1″ adaptive=”yes” spacing=”yes” align=”center” max_width=”500″ captions=”yes” arrows=”yes” dots=”yes” link=”none” target=”blank” autoplay=”3″ speed=”medium” image_size=”small” outline=”yes”] It often happens that seeds of ideas for Caddo Mounds State...Read More
Dr. Ken Steigman, Director & Research Scientist at Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area has agreed to be our 2017 Keynote Speaker! Join us November 10-12 at UNT in Denton. for our Annual Conference.Read More
Wendy Ledbetter, Forest Program Manger for the Texas Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, will be the 2016 Keynote Speaker at TXSER’s Annual Conference: Linking Science & Practice. With Many years of experience protecting and restoring forests in East Texas...Read More
SAVE THE DATE!! TXSER 2016 Annual Conference: Linking Science & Practice, November 11-13, 2016, Camp Cho-Yeh, Livingston, TX. Details on the TXSER website soon. Please check back for regular updates. Read More
Dr. Steven Whisenant, Professor Emeritus of Ecosystem Science and Management at Texas A&M University has agreed to be our Keynote Speaker at our 2015 Annual Conference in San Antonio. Click here for conference details.Read More
Brandon Bestelmeyer, Research Ecologist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service, Jornada Experimental Range will offer the keynote address at our 2014 conference in October. (Photo Credit: nationalparks.org)Read More