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Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship

Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship EDITORIAL Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship Steven N. Handel ’m quiet, but I’m really very social and I think we I’m really great at improving soil. You know that’s so can have a very productive relationship. I thought I’d important to modern restoration practice. I can help aerate Iintroduce myself to see if we can consider a partnership and improve soil horizons and break down litter and other and see where it leads. organic matter into small parcels that will build soil fertility. I’m outdoorsy, and like to hang out in all kinds of habi- Eventually, this will increase survivorship of young plants tats, from fields to woods, sometimes even in deserts. I’m and help your restoration projects be sustainable; this really full of curiosity and I like long walks, stopping occasionally aids value to the project, helps people see the progress year to explore or grab something to eat. Sometimes I find wild after year. So much of the soil you restorationists bring in foods that I like to bring back home to store for later or is very poor quality. Not your fault; I know how hard it to share http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship

Ecological Restoration , Volume 32 (2) – May 6, 2014

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EDITORIAL Singles Ad: Short 6-legged Go-getter Seeks 2-legged Restoration Partner for Long-term Relationship Steven N. Handel ’m quiet, but I’m really very social and I think we I’m really great at improving soil. You know that’s so can have a very productive relationship. I thought I’d important to modern restoration practice. I can help aerate Iintroduce myself to see if we can consider a partnership and improve soil horizons and break down litter and other and see where it leads. organic matter into small parcels that will build soil fertility. I’m outdoorsy, and like to hang out in all kinds of habi- Eventually, this will increase survivorship of young plants tats, from fields to woods, sometimes even in deserts. I’m and help your restoration projects be sustainable; this really full of curiosity and I like long walks, stopping occasionally aids value to the project, helps people see the progress year to explore or grab something to eat. Sometimes I find wild after year. So much of the soil you restorationists bring in foods that I like to bring back home to store for later or is very poor quality. Not your fault; I know how hard it to share

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 6, 2014

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