Members’ Call: The EcoRestoration Alliance’s Big Map

Cole Enos2023-01-24

Regeneration Canada is a member of the EcoRestoration Alliance (ERA), an international network of individuals and organizations who are committed to regenerating functional ecosystems and restoring the essential ecosystem services which are critical to preserving life on earth. One initiative of the ERA is the Big Map, intended to show that everyday people all over the world are actually restoring the land where they live.

On this Members' Call, Cole Enos of the ERA demonstrated how to add your farm's boundaries to the Big Map, and answered questions about the project. When we have the area of each piece of land being restored, we can have more accurate collective impact data.

Impact Networks:

Duration: 38 min.

Available in: English

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