The Institute for Applied Ecology conserves native species and habitats through restoration, research and education.  We work closely with our public and private partners to implement science based restoration and provide place-based educational programs and materials.  We work primarily in the Pacific Northwest, but some of our efforts are international.

Coming Events

december

8dec11:00 am- 11:40 amPRESENTATION: Roadside Management of Cheatgrass and Medusahead with Tygh Valley Milkvetch, a Rare PlantClick here for details - click to close

15dec9:00 am- 3:00 pmVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: (FULL) Prepping Kincaid’s lupine seed for germinationClick here for details - click to close

january

17jan - 20jan 179:00 amjan 20VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Potting Kincaid’s lupine seed for ecological restorationClick here for details - click to close

february

13feb - 16All DayNational Native Seed Conference

march

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april

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may

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june

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july

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august

19aug4:30 pm- 8:00 pm6th Annual Invasive Species Cook-OffClick here for details - click to close

september

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