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Restoration Science Center
Partner with us

We are always looking for new partners to collaborate on restoration research and outreach. Our goal is to connect partners with RSC faculty and students at ESF.

If you’re interested in partnering with us, please contact the RSC Directors.

RSC Directors

Don Leopold smiling. There are flowers around him


Dr. Donald J. Leopold, RSC Co-Director





John Farrell holding a fish on a lake


Dr. John M. Farrell, RSC Co-Director





Resources for Students

Contact the RSC Program Manager, Brandy Neveldine ( for the latest RSC academic program updates.

For perspective students interested in restoration at ESF, please reach out to RSC faculty directly.

Resources for the Public

Check out our social media pages for the most up to date information:

Resources for Partners

We are always looking for new partners to collaborate on research, outreach, and academic programming related to restoration science. Our goal is to connect restoration partners with RSC faculty and students at ESF.

To collaborate on grants or fundraising opportunities, contact our development officer Brandy Neveldine (

Current RSC Partners

Department of environmental conservation
environmental protection agency
U S fish and wildfire service
U S G S science for a changing world
Syracuse New York
U S food and drug administration
National science foundation
Galapagos conservancy
cornell cooperative extension onondaga county
The nature conservancy
salt city harvest farm kirkvile, New york
ducks unlimited
skaneateles lake association clear lake, pure water
syracuse grows
1000 islands land trust live learn conserve
conserve hunt share
revive and restore
finger lakes land trust
The wetland trust
the american chestnut foundation
central new york land trust
wildlife mississippi
onondaga earth corps
brady farm
society for ecological restoration
the American Chestnut Foundation New York State Chapter
The Ozark Chinquapin Foundation