PROJECT – Biocultural Restoration Field Stations

  • PROJECT – Biocultural Restoration Field Stations

    Posted by Paul Cereghino on January 10, 2024 at 5:16 pm

    Bio-cultural Restoration Field Stations are on-the-ground projects inspired by the Restoration Camps Movement. What would it look like if restoration sites were a commons, and the knowledge and skills to participate in stewardship of this commons were a birthright, and restoration occurred naturally as a cultural phenomena? How do we make that happen now?

    Camp Skykomish is our prototype, and this will be our second full growing season camping on the Skykomish River, under the institutional umbrella of Snohomish Conservation District (a public special purpose district) on land shared by the Tulalip Tribes.

    The Ecosystem Guild website has full documentation of related efforts.

    Please feel free to share questions and thoughts here. Or better yet, join us around the fire.

    cascadiabrandon replied 6 months, 1 week ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • cascadiabrandon

    January 10, 2024 at 10:20 pm

    This could be a really cool presentation – I don’t know much about the restoration camp movement – other than what I’ve read on your website. Maybe that could be a presentation organized/hosted by the Bioregional Education Guild – and could also talk more specifically about the work you’re sharing about? just a thought.

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