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This is an evolving page with some digital tools to support the appreciation of native ecologies & cultures around us.
In this time where hands-on environmental learning and traditional stewardship practices are not an integral part of all education systems, high-tech digital tools can open a channel to curiosity & Lo-TEK connection.
You can also visit the projects & resources of collaborative partners by clicking their logos on the Home & About page.

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Native Land strives to map Indigenous lands in a way that changes, challenges, and improves the way people see history and the present day. We hope to strengthen the spiritual bonds that people have with the land, its people, and its meaning. (free to use)

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Merlin features the best of community contributed photos, songs, and calls, tips from experts around the world to help you ID the birds you see, and range maps from birds of the world. (free to use)


iNaturalist helps you identify the plants and animals around you. Connect with a community of over a million scientists and naturalists who can help you learn more about nature. (free to use)


The purpose of this design manual is to provide restoration practitioners with guidelines for implementing a subset of low-tech tools—namely beaver dam analogues (BDAs) and post-assisted log structures (PALS)—for initiating process-based restoration in structurally-starved riverscapes. 

(Free pdf download)

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