A half-day public event at the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, Missouri officially announcing the EcoHealth Network
Twenty-five people representing seven countries gathered over two days at the Missouri Botanical Garden to help shape the work of the EHN.
The EcoHealth Network sponsored and facilitated a symposium on ecological restoration and public health.
On February 18-19, 2020, the EHN organized and participated in a workshop in Hobart, Tasmania, to strengthen and support ecological restoration and its links to human health, with a focus on restoration efforts and leading research underway across Australia and New Zealand.
Join Christine Milne A.O. Master of Ceremonies with international and Australian speakers to learn about how they are applying the principles of ecosystem restoration and how these bright spots in early leadership can be scaled for global impact.
This event was held June 30-July 3, 2022 at Quivjda Farm in Parainen Finland.
Workshop convened by James Aronson, EHN Steering Committee member: Ecosystem health, ecological restoration, and human health: let’s identify and strengthen the linkages. Participants included: Prof Ása Aradóttir, Professor of Restoration Ecology, Agricultural University of Iceland (in collaboration with Dr. Þórunn … Read More
At this year’s National Native Seed Conference, the Native Plant Trust and the Ecological Health Network announced the launch of the Northeast Seed Network to bring together industry, academia, government, non-profit and private organizations, and tribal groups from the Ecoregions of the US Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic States.
The Ecological Health Network is presenting at the National Native Seed Conference in Washington, DC, on March 29th, from 1:40 pm to 5 pm