We foster understanding and advancement of seed ecology, conservation, and seed-based restoration of degraded systems.
This network is a section of the Society for Ecological Restoration that brings together professionals, scientists, practitioners, students, industry, government and organisations such as botanic gardens from the international community who have an interest in promoting and enhancing seed-based solutions in restoration.
Prof. Kingsley Dixon
If you also love Native Seed and want to discover more about this fascinating world, consider joining the INSR forum hosted on the new SER website. If you are not a member of SER, you can still join the discussion by creating a visitor account. Click on the following link to learn how to contribute in the INSR discussion forum. We encourage you to share stories, projects, ideas, join the discussions and seek advice from experts and enthusiast from all over the world.
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Ethical seed sourcing is a key issue in meeting global restoration targets That's the topics of our latest article… https://t.co/RgdTU3Pa6f
Welcome to our new partner Argotti Botanic Garden and Resource Centre of the University of Malta which development… https://t.co/sdJ0JmUQqR
INSR e-newsletter edition #10 December 2018 - https://t.co/W8PreTSDIo
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