Environmental Science & Ecology Staff Earns Professional Certification
Andie Graham, Department of Environmental and Ecology, has been designated Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner through the Society for Ecological Restoration.
Andie Graham, Department of Environmental and Ecology, has been designated Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERP) through the Society for Ecological Restoration. According to the Society for Ecological Restoration, this certification “encourages high professional standards for those involved in restoration projects worldwide. Our certified practitioners, experts in restoration, possess a strong background in the biological and physical sciences, alongside a commitment to top-notch restoration practices and continuous learning. This program equips them to address crucial issues such as climate change, biodiversity loss, and sustainable development. The Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner designation is awarded to experienced restoration practitioners with at least 5 years of full-time experience, demonstrating an expert-level understanding of restoration practices. This certification provides numerous professional benefits and recognition as experts in the field of ecological restoration.”
In addition to CERP certification, Graham holds a MS in Wetland Ecology and is a certified Professional Wetland Scientist (PWS) through the Society of Wetland Scientists.