Restoration Library: Overview

Restoration Library

Flora locale's Restoration Library brings together, for the first time, the UK's most comprehensive set of resources on ecological restoration.

The Library uses a logical 'subject' structure enabling rapid access to documents and other online resources across government, NGO and other websites as well as those held on Flora locale's website. The growing number of case studies, that includes local projects as well as countrywide initiatives, are also tagged by subject, as are training and other events in Flora locale's annual programme.

The Library aims to be a collaborative resource that will provide good quality and up-to-date information to help farmers, land managers and others in their professional or voluntary capacity plan, design and restore biodiverse habitats and landscapes, whether in an inner city, suburb, village, nature reserve or in the wider countryside. It will also provide a unique resource for students wishing to learn about practical aspects of ecological restoration as well as some of the wider issues that affect practical delivery and prospects for nature.

Help us to improve and extend the Restoration Library

If you would like a resource added to the Library, please email us the details. We will need to know the title of the item, the web url where it can be found, and the name of the relevant organisation and/or author, as well as the date (if it is a publication).

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