The findings and conclusions apply both to the case study sites and to restoration projects in similar contexts. They relate primarily to social, economic, and political circumstances directly affecting project development. The sites provide valuable insight into understanding how ecological restoration can develop and progress alongside an expanding human population.Volunteers mean more than simply extra bodies to perform manual labor; they represent a commitment to the successful ecological ... In total, 12 full-time employees work in the Volunteer Resources Department of the FPDCC (Board 2007)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Stakeholder Collaboration in Suburban Prairie Restoration: Three Case Studies from Cook County, Illinois|
|Author||:||Mitchell G. Horrie|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|