The Restoration Ecologist is responsible for planning the restoration and management of the District’s Natural Resources.   Performs project planning and implementation, including scheduling work and equipment, implementation of restoration management plans, and follow-up assessments.  Performs resource management activities and serves as project manager for projects dealing with floral and faunal inventories, plant communities, reforestation, woodland, savanna, wetland and prairie restoration and development. Conducts plant community assessments, habitat enhancement, restoration, and management for flora and fauna species.  Researches and analyzes collected data using developed methodology and utilizes data to prepare reports for decision-making, grant compliance, and other special u

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