The conference “Restoration for Resilience: Ecological Restoration in the 21st Century” was approved for 12 continuing education credits under SER’s Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) program. Continuing education credits can be used to maintain CERP certification and meet the continuing education requirements for certification renewal.
For more information on the Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner program, please visit http://www.ser.org/general/custom.asp?page=Certification.
In order to receive credit, you must sign in and out at the on-site registration desk located outside the Diamond Family Auditorium. Attendance will be tracked daily for each eligible event. It is the individual’s responsibility to complete this process.
We will use these attendance tracking sheets to distribute Confirmation of Completion letters following the conference.
Eligible Contact Hours
|Natural Processes for the Restoration of Drastically Disturbed Sites|
|Urban Restoration Design|
|Resilience & Restoration|
|Novel Ecosystem restoration|
|Traditional Ecological Knowledge|
|Wisdom & Knowledge|
|Bringing back bison to Banff National Park|
|Am I qualified to practice restoration?|
|TOTAL ELIGIBLE CONTACT HOURS|