1. Monitoring birds, frogs, fish, plants, macroinvertebrates and water quality. 

chad clink (holden arboretum urban forestry initiative) - planting freeman maples at grace court.    apr 2015

2) Field work:  Seed collection, building deer/beaver fences, planting trees, measuring pH/conductivity, more.​​

to get involved

3) Your ideas are welcome.

<-- just call or email.

Novices or experienced field researchers are welcome. Training can be provided, and work can be independent or with assistance or a team. Timing can be just a few minutes here & there, or long-term.

     

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Contact Us:   

​​​POWER-FROM-RESTORATION (Invasives-to-Power)

POC:  Linda Sekura

Project manager and collaborative coordinator

Cleveland Museum of Natural History contractor

Northeast Ohio - USA

 

Phone: +1.216.598.0113

E-mail: LSekura@aol.com