Our work entails research and advocacy in three ways:
Projects tend to be for clients, including government agencies, private or public landowners and land managers, consultants, or non-profits. Projects often result in large-scale experiments and final reports, built pilot projects with ongoing monitoring efforts, or form a contribution to a larger team effort lead by a prime consultant. Presentations are for consultant groups for larger teams, industry groups at conferences, or for academic audiences. Finally, we use publications to share the knowledge generated through innovative practices and try to influence the state of the art and policy of remaking and rethinking cultural landscapes and buildings, especially in wetland and forest environments.