The Southern Rockies Seed Network works continually to develop, source, and provide technical resources to our partners.
Current Plant & Restoration Guides:
- Guidelines for the Ethical Harvest of Plant Materials
- Willow and Cottonwood Restoration Guide
- Plant Materials YellowPages (list of vendors carrying plant materials)
- Erosion Control Training Handout
- Living Streambanks: A Manual of Bioengineering Treatments for Colorado Streams
If you have other resources you would like to see shared with the partnership, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strive to increase the quantity and diversity of native ecotypic plants. What does this mean?
Ecotypic Plants: “Plant materials from a genetically distinct geographic area, adapted to specific environmental conditions.”Distinct genotypes (or populations) within a species resulting from adaptation to specific local environmental conditions, capable of interbreeding with other ecotypes or epitypes of the same species.
Technical Advisory Committee
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is a standing committee of the Southern Rockies Seed Network (SRSN). Our committee members include a broad range of respected professionals across the Front Range of Colorado and Southern Wyoming.
TAC Members include professionals from both the public (local, state and federal government agencies as well as Colorado State University and the University of Wyoming) and the private sector (seed companies, restoration and conservation businesses and more). Learn more here.