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Organizations and Resources
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This page provides links to useful information related to ecological land reuse and restoration topics from federal, state, academic, non-profit and private sources.


  • U.S. Department of Defense:
    • U.S. Geological Survey
      A directory of all USGS science programs and activities, organized by topic and field.

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For organizations listed by region or individual state please click on the "Act Locally" button located in the menu bar or click here: Act Locally

Academic Institutions and Nonprofit Organizations

  • Center for Invasive Species Management
    Comprehensive list of resources for information on restoration and revegetation, including restoration guidelines and management information, sources of native plants and seeds, and links to restoration organizations.
  • Center for Plant Conservation (CPC) Online Directory
    CPC is a network of 36 leading botanic institutions that offers a national program of off-site conservation of rare plant material and maintains the National Collection of Endangered Plants. The online CPC Plant Conservation Directory contains useful contacts in each state for information on rare and endangered plants, permit procedures, and government programs; botanists and other contacts in state Heritage Programs and Native Plant Societies; and a searchable database of organizations and experts active in the conservation of rare plants and their areas of expertise.
  • Florida Wildflower Foundation - Wildflower Literature
    Here you will find a growing collection of scientific articles on Florida's native wildflowers. The wildflowers included are commonly occurring plants that are commercially available or used in restoration projects.
  • Society for Ecological Restoration International (SER)
    SER is an international society for professionals in the field of ecological restoration. The society promotes ecological restoration through conferences, publications, and other activities.
  • Texas A&M University Revegetation Equipment Catalog
    Descriptions and information on equipment used in rangeland restoration and revegetation.
  • The Conservation Foundation
    Not-for-profit preservation, advocacy, and education organization dedicated to protecting ecosystems and the responsible stewardship of the natural world.

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