Native grassland restoration
From the vanishing prairies of Texas to the threatened savannas under Garry oak canopies in British Columbia, grass-dominated ecosystems are complex, diverse, and fascinating. These systems are often heavily used. Be it for grazing, haying, trail riding, or agriculture, they represent the intersection of human dominated landscapes and wild biodiversity values. Our research focuses on improving degraded grassland regions through active restoration management and collaborative planning in multi-use landscapes.