Ecological Restoration & Management Photos
Volunteers, led by IRC staff and Pine Rockland Initiative team leader, Maha Nusrat, pose after a restoration workday at Coral Pine Park in Pinecrest, Florida.
Volunteers next to an added sign at the Cutler Bay restoration site.
IRC staff members removing Scaevola taccada (beach napuka) from Coco Plum Beach in the Florida Keys.
IRC staff members pose after working on an invasive plant management project at FAU Pine Jog Environmental Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Volunteers, led by IRC staff and Pine Rockland Initiative team leader, Rasheed Bradley, pose after a restoration workday.
One of the nest box, built by volunteers, installed in a pine rockland as shelter for cavity nesting birds such as screech owls.
volunteer from Miami-Dade College bags Oyster Plant (Tradescantia spathacea) during a restoration work day.
Cody Miller, Brian Pavlina, and Rasheed Bradley (back) remove exotic pest plants from Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge in the Florida Keys.
From left to right: Florida Keys Program Coordinator Cody Miller, crew members Geoff Geier, Nathan Reyor, Jacob Pulfer, and team leader Brian Pavlina.