Sometimes our damaged landscapes and seascapes seem beyond repair. But nature can be surprisingly resilient when helped by our actions, with examples ranging from the recovery of rivers and devastated lands to the new eco-prosperity of Monterey Bay.
President & CEO, American Rivers
Lead Knowledge Management Specialist at the World Bank
President, Wildlife Habitat Council
Plant Conservation Program Lead for the Bureau of Land Management; Founder of Native Plant Materials Development Program
Director, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford; Author, Life and Death of Monterey Bay