“Neha Savant, a wildlife ecologist at the NYC Parks Department, and Danielle Bunch, senior conservationist at the Clayton County Water Authority, hosted a workshop on the importance of the words we use in conservation work at this year’s HEP conference. Neha and Danielle will faciliate an interactive session that asks participants to reexamine the language of conservation. Tidal Exchange sat down with facilitators Savant and Bunch to dive deeper into why adapting our restoration terminology is so important and how doing so has impacted their work. Their answers reflect their personal viewpoints, not the official position of their employers….”

Reference: Newsletter – November Tidal Exchange: A HEP 2022 Restoration Conference

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