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The UW Restoration Ecology Network (UW-REN) capstone program provides an opportunity for organizations engaged in restoration to have restoration projects designed and implemented by teams of 4 to 6 upper-level (junior, senior, graduate) students. Student teams, with faculty and teaching assistant oversight, work with a client to design and implement a restoration project that meets the goals and approval of the client within the ecological constraints of the site and resources (funds, materials) available. This includes the development of a clear and reasonable plan for maintenance and monitoring of the project after the involvement of the student team is terminated (at the end of the academic year, usually the second week of June). While one of the goals of this capstone is to successfully implement a restoration for the client, it is critical to recognize that this is an academic exercise with a central goal of student education. Please follow the links below for more information.

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