These days ecosystem services are cropping up everywhere, but some of the world’s leading professionals, researchers, and policy-makers were on hand just outside Washington D.C. for the ACES conference, which took place from Dec 4-6. How did restoration feature in their discussions?
SER's ecological restoration practitioner certification program encourages a high professional standard for those who are designing, implementing, overseeing, and monitoring restoration projects throughout the world. Two levels of certification are offered:
Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners (CERPs) are senior level practitioners who have achieved the knowledge requirements and have greater than 5 years of full time experience with restoration.
Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners-in-Training (CERPITs) are recent graduates and those practitioners who do not yet have more than 5 years of full time experience with restoration – OR- those practitioners with sufficient experience who are still working on the educational criteria.
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