Back to Top

restoration

Stewardship Highlights Spring 2018

CEES Adds Citizen Science and a New Site to the Service Learning Roster

 

Welcoming Campus Innovator Grant

Welcoming Campus Innovator Grant Awarded to Center for Earth and Environmental Science

Service Opportunity: Pollinator Garden

Union Chapel United Methodist Church to Install Pollinator Garden

Fall 2017 Service Learning Highlights

Over 400 IUPUI students and faculty participated in CEES's service learning program, working to maintain and restore natural areas at Eagle's Crest, Starling Nature Sanctuary, Holliday Park, Sodalis Park, Oaklandon, Fall Creek, and the Lilly ARBOR. In keeping with tradition, most projects focused on removal of Amur Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii).

Beaver Are Back!

Beaver (Castor canadensis) have been an intermittant presence at the Lilly ARBOR since the forest restoration project was initiated seventeen years ago. There is plenty of evidence of past beaver activity.

White River Festival Low Head Dam Forum

White River Low Head Dam Forum

Date: Friday, September 9, 2016

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

EPA Grant

For the past two years, Dr. Brian Plankis and Dr. Pamela Martin have been working on elementary after school science clubs.  These science clubs are designed to increase science interest in younger students which could in turn have an effect on their college and career path choices.  

Lilly Arbor Project Update

Last week students, friends of CEES and concerned citizens gathered for a tour of the Lilly ARBOR project followed by a screening of Dam Nation hosted by the Student Sustainability Council.

Edge of Field Update

 

The edge of field project at Starkey Farm survived one of the wettest summers on record. During the months of June and July many samples were taken and brought back to the lab for analysis. Jacob and Danielle became very familiar with the site and were often visiting 4-5 times a week.  

Pages

Subscribe to restoration