I am a restoration ecologist who focuses on developing tools to conserve and restore degraded forests. My work has spanned ecosystems from the temperate forests of the Northeastern United States to the tropical wet and dry forests of Costa Rica, Hawaii, and Mexico. I am currently a restoration ecologist in the Crowther Lab at ETH Zürich, where I develop collaborative projects that aim to improve the understanding of global restoration outcomes. I also serve as the chief scientific advisor for the Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation.
I joined Wildhub to network with conservation professionals and look for collaborators for ongoing projects.
Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?
Academic or Research Institute
Areas of expertise
FundraisingMonitoring and evaluationPartnerships and collaboration developmentResearch
Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?
Hello! I'm Leland, a restoration ecologist with the Crowther Lab at ETH Zürich. We are developing a network of restoration implementation experiments and conducting broad surveys to learn from the actors in the global restoration movement. I am excited to interact and learn from other WildHub members!
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Hi, Leland. Is the survey closed? I'd love to see the results if you can share them!
Hi Lena! We've been getting some great responses and we've decided to keep it open for most of the year.
For now here's a map of the responses thus far.
Thank you for sharing this Leland and I hope you get some great responses. Definitely keep the community updated with any results!