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Restoring a Wet Meadow Ecosystem in California, USA

About this case study:

This introductory level case study challenges the trainee to use system thinking techniques to resolve a complicated environmental problem while having a One Health mindset and appealing to multiple stakeholders.

Upon completion of this case study, the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand the role of wet meadow systems in the Sierra Nevada mountain range
  • Recognize negative impacts, relevant stakeholders, and resulting degradation faced by Red Clover Valley throughout the last century
  • Identify interdisciplinary strategies for restoring the health of wet meadow ecosystems utilizing a One Health approach
  • Apply critical thinking skills for solving a One Health problem in a multi-use ecosystem
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