Loading…
Wild Things 2019 has ended
Saturday, February 23 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Many Hands Make Light Work: A Zone Concept for Habitat Restoration Projects

Log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Volunteers at Somme Woods developed an innovative plan to involve more people in planning and stewardship of the site. The 255 acres of Somme Woods have been divided into 14 zones, averaging about 20 acres each. Each zone is primarily managed by a zone steward in coordination with the site steward.  

Somme Woods has been operating under the Zone Stewardship concept for three years. A practice of shared ideas and information provides each Zone Steward a better understanding of the site's ecological and restoration goals.  Other sites might benefit from this approach.

A group presentation including an overview, group exercise, discussion, and summary.

NOTE: Lunch Session times and durations may change. Please check back before conference day to confirm.



Presenters
MB

Matthew Bucher

Zone Steward, Somme Preserves
ME

Matthew Evans

Zone Steward, Somme Woods
volunteer and conservation graduate student
avatar for James Hensel

James Hensel

Zone Steward, Somme Woods
Micro steward concept and building a community of volunteers.
PK

Peter Kim

Sawyer, Somme Woods
avatar for Eriko Kojima

Eriko Kojima

Volunteer steward
Life is beautiful and each day is a precious gift I accept with gratitude. I strive to live it with humility, a sense of humor and detachment. Towards all who cross my path I offer love, kindness and positivity. I dedicate each day to serve the earth and its creatures. Let's do it... Read More →
LM

Linda Masters

Site Steward, Somme Woods
avatar for John McMartin

John McMartin

Sawyer, Somme Woods
SP

Stephen Packard

Site Steward, Somme Preserves
SP

Stephanie Place

Zone Steward, Somme Woods
SR

Sai Ramakrishna

Zone Steward, Somme Woods
RS

Russell Sala

trails and bridges, Somme Woods
PS

Paul Swanson

Zone Steward, Somme Woods


Saturday February 23, 2019 12:30pm - 1:15pm
rm. 21