Interdisciplinary Training for Ecosystem Restoration

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					  Interdisciplinary Training for
  Ecosystem Restoration
A PROS PECT CLASS




   Course Number: 280

    Date: TDY May 09
 Location: Vicksburg, MS
                             The restoration and protection of environmental resources in our
  For Course Information:
    U.S. Army Engineer       Nation’s ecosystems is a project purpose in the Corps Civil Works
  Research & Development     Program and is consistent with the Corps’ Environmental Operating
      Center (ERDC)
                             Principles. Guidance has been sent to Corps field offices on planning
   ATTN: CEERD-EE-E
   3909 Halls Ferry Road     ecosystem restoration projects. This course provides an interdisciplinary
 Vicksburg, MS 39180-6199    perspective on ecosystem restoration, protection, and management.
                             Students learn the principles and vocabulary of selected disciplines
  Phone: 601-634-3305 or     outside their own and become familiar with relevant case studies and
  800-522-6937, ext 3305
                             issues in planning and conducting ecosystem restoration projects. At the
 Email: Jim.E.Henderson@
   erdc.usace.army.mil       end of the course, students have a more holistic understanding of
                             ecosystems and the requirements for successfully restoring, protecting,
                             and managing them.
      For Registration
                             “Overall, Great Course! Now if we        “Instructors were well organized and
       Information:          can get our PM’s to attend.”             very knowledgeable.”
  U.S. Army Professional           - Charleston District Student               - Nashville District Student
Development Support Center
    ATTN: CEHR-P-T
       P.O. Box 1600
 Huntsville, AL 35807-4301



    Phone: 256-895-7431
      Website: http://
    pdsc.usace.army.mil/
                                                                                                    Oct 2005