The 2013 course is full. If you were admitted, visit the "Acceptance Pack" link below.
Stream Profile, South Fork of Crooked River
Worldwide, ecologists are restoring degraded habitats to provide ecosystem services such as water retention, carbon storage, biodiversity protection, and wilderness values. Our collaboration with the Deschutes Basin Land Trust places students on the cutting edge of restoration science. Experience in restoration offers career opportunities with consulting firms, government agencies, conservation organizations, and academia.
Students who take this course will
- gain experience applying the scientific method to restoration
- understand challenges posed by restoring different habitats
- learn natural history & species identification of Oregon taxa
- witness the effects of invasive species
- discuss practical & philosophical values in restoration
- live together in a beautiful setting, where nature is the classroom
This course is supported with the help of the Deschutes Land Trust and funded by a gift to UO from T. Montag