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Designer Program

 

 

 

 

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The mission of the American Ecological Engineering Society is to:

 

promote the development of sustainable ecosystems that integrate human society with its natural environment to the benefit of both.                                                                                  

 

To further that mission, AEES is proud to sponsor a Certified Ecological Designer Program to foster high quality ecosystem design through the application of multidisciplinary science. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Though sponsored by American Ecological Engineering Society, the Certified Ecological Designer program is not intended exclusively for engineers; rather the program promotes an integrated practice and is open to all interested practitioners from ecology, engineering, landscape architecture, architecture, planning, or related disciplines. 

 

Click here for the list of current Certified Ecological Designers by state.

 

Who can apply?

 

Two certifications are offered:

P        Certified Ecological Designer (CED)

P        Associate Ecological Designer (AED)

 

Individuals certified by AEES as Ecological Designers must have demonstrated expertise in the integration of the science of ecology and practice of design. Certification is based upon a combination of:

P        Academic credentials,

P        Experience as demonstrated in a portfolio of completed work, and

P        Active participation in an AEES-sponsored Certified Ecological Designer workshop & charrette.  

Successful applicants may represent themselves as Certified Ecological Designers (CED) or Associate Ecological Designers (AED). 

 

For more information, click the link to download the Program Guidelines and Application.

 

AED/CED Application Fees - Pay Online

 

 

 

 

CED CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP

 

 Ecological Design in the West: Process-Based, Performance-Driven
--A Workshop and Design Charrette

 

October 6-8, 2015, Berkeley, California

 

Meets the requirements for AEES Certification

 

Join us for an exciting and informative workshop focused on the underlying concepts and practice of ecological design. Ecological Design in the West: Process-based, Performance-driven will be held on October 6-8, 2015, at University of California Berkeley. The workshop is sponsored by the American Ecological Engineering Society as part of its Certified Ecological Designer (CED) program, but it is open to all professionals interested in learning more about ecological design. This years workshop theme is focused on the physical, biological, and chemical processes that inform ecosystem design and the performance metrics used to determine project success.

 

CED workshops are offered every 1-1.5 years at locations rotating around the US. Past workshop participants include academics, agency staff, consultants, and practitioners in ecology, engineering, and landscape architecture.  Topics covered include both aquatic and terrestrial and involve a design charrette, where workshop participants break into small working groups and develop an ecologically-based design for a local restoration/rehabilitation site and present their findings to the broader group.

 

Register here:  http://2015-ced-workshop.eventbrite.com

 

The announcement, preliminary schedule and speakers list are available here:

http://www.stillwatersci.com/resources/AEES_CED_Workshop_Announcement.pdf

 

Stillwater Sciences information is available here:

http://www.stillwatersci.com/new_and_notable.php?id=271&page=0&s=0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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