Apr 1, 2020
On this episode I want to introduce you to Sean Rowe. He is a restorationist born and raised in Humboldt County, CA. Sean has a science communication-based business called Resonant Restoration that is currently doing the Resonant Restoration Podcast with his cohost, Kyle Sipes. The podcast focuses on topics related to the world of ecological restoration and includes interviews about specific projects occurring around the world.
Sean is a Botanist with SHN in northern California. His work includes ecological restoration, wetland delineations, rare plant surveys, monitoring, and stormwater compliance. He is a qualified SWPPP practitioner (QSP), qualified industrial stormwater practitioner (QISP), and certified erosion, sediment, and stormwater inspector (CESSWI). Sean has a bachelors in ecological restoration and a minor in botany from Humboldt State University and was born and raised in Humboldt County, California. He has been fortunate to work on great endeavors such as the Salt River Ecosystem Restoration Project, The Willits Bypass Mitigation Project, and on the Prosper Ridge Coastal Grassland Restoration effort.
The Resonant Restoration podcast focuses on topics related to the world of ecological restoration and includes interviews about specific projects occurring around the world. The show is produced in order to encourage discussion and collaboration in the field of restoration ecology with both practitioners and the general public. Episodes to date include wallflower restoration, floating treatment islands, forest revegetation using open source unmanned aerial vehicles, and beaver dam analogues in northern California. The show includes background information on types of restoration endeavors, an interview segment, a segment on California phenology, and a plant of the week.
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