Stanford had initiated a native meadow restoration project in fulfillment of an EIR condition but the project had not met its objectives. Instead, the meadow was dominated by non-native species and there was little evidence of native grasses. We conducted seeding and planting trials while guiding the project through the local planning process. With the results of the trials in hand, the project was allowed to proceed and native grassland planting commenced. The planting proved successful, leading to the involvement of non-profit and community groups to continue its stewardship into the future. The project was so successful that the Stanford Pow Wow enlisted our services to restore a native meadow dance circle, a project completed with the students and ultimately by the Pow Wow participants.