Book Review: Guidelines for Native Seed Production and Grassland Restoration

Guidelines for Native Seed Production and Grassland Restoration, published in 2014 by Cambridge Scholars, has been noted in the latest issue of Conservation Biology. The commentary on the book is available here, and a brief excerpt is reproduced below.

“The best practice examples from Europe and the United States in the book indicate the advantages of using native plant material of regional provenance for ecological restoration in a variety of ecosystems. Although restoration approaches can be generalized only so far, thewide range of restoration goals and measures together with the guidelines for successful implementation of restoration projects provide a good starting point for those wishing to engage in seed-based restoration.”


The book can be purchased directly from Cambridge Scholars by clicking here.

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Conference Announcement: Annual Meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution 2017

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are delighted to welcome you to SMBE 2017 – the Annual Meeting of the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution.

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