Building synergies to leverage the power
of ecological restoration

About the EcoHealth Network

We live in a world of possibilities. Ecological restoration projects exist worldwide in which people are doing heroic work to bring ecosystems back to health. But there is little connection among these sites. The EcoHealth Network is changing that. We work at the nexus of soil health, human health, and ecological restoration, where there are answers to some of the most urgent crises of our time.

Gondwana Link

The Hobart Declaration on Ecohealth

The Hobart Declaration is an outcome of the EcoHealth Network's Hobart Workshop in Tasmania, Australia, on February 18-19, 2020. Its core message is that ecological restoration activities are good for both ecosystems and people.

Network Hubs, Sites, and Regional Networks

Learn about our Network Hubs, Sites, and Regional Networks.


Hall, M.M., Wehi, P.M., Whaanga, H., Walker, E.T., Koia, J.H. and Wallace, K.J. (2020), Promoting social and environmental justice to support Indigenous partnerships in urban ecosystem restoration. Restor Ecol e13305.


Compromised Ecosystem Services From Urban Aerial Microbiomes: A Review of Impacts on Human Immune Function

Emily J Flies et al., Compromised Ecosystem Services From Urban Aerial Microbiomes: A Review of Impacts on Human Immune Function, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Vol.8, 2020. "Exposure to biodiverse, airborne microbial communities (aerobiomes) contributes to the development of healthy human-immune function. This overlooked but potentially powerful ecosystem service is akin to nature’s provision of traditional medicines and pharmaceutical compounds."



News & Press

Argyle diamond mine's traditional owners turn to native seeds in bid to restore country, ABC Rural News, Western Australia, by Courtney Flower, November 2020

Four Islands, One Vision: A Regional Ecohealth Network in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

Adam Cross, Emily Flies, Kiri Joy Wallace, Keith Bradby, and James Aronson, SER News, Vol. 34, Issue 4, 2020

Using Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) To Restore Native Fescue Prairie In Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada, Cristina Eisenberg, SER News, Vol. 34, Issue 2 (2020). "Collaboration across cultures and disciplines, which includes TEK, can help create more resilient ecosystems and communities."