Welcome to the Wildlife and Habitat Restoration Working Group!
The Wildlife and Habitat Restoration Working Group (WHRWG) provides a forum for TWS members to share experiences, techniques, and information relative to restoring wildlife populations and degraded habitats. The WHRWG explores methods for implementing ecosystem management principles that enable whole communities to recover, and seeks to identify effective monitoring and evaluation programs to determine successes and failures of restoration techniques.
If you are interested in learning more about the working group, you can view the working group positions and descriptions in the Working Group Charter or contact a board member for more information. The WHRWG encourages any TWS member to take an active leadership role as a WHRWG officer, Board representative, or Committee Chairperson.
We are updating our website...please bear with us as we migrate to Drupal!
Our 2012 working group travel grant is available!! Just as with last year's grant, we have one available for students and one for professionals. However, the 2012 travel grant covers registration in addition to $100 spending money for covering some food or hotel charge.
The Executive board is pleased to announce that we have reached over 600 members of our LinkedIn Group! This professional networking tool is a great way for our members to share news,