Grown in Marin
University of California
Grown in Marin

Stream Restoration Success II - 5/4/11

Decades of lessons in watershed restoration offer future opportunities & challenges

Novato City Hall, Novato
901 Sherman Ave., Novato
8:45 am - 3:30 pm
The practice, science, and art of stream stewardship and restoration have evolved over the last 30 plus years.  Local and state researchers and practitioners have identified additional opportunities and challenges for successful stream restoration projects and watershed management.  This includes the use of monitoring to learn from past efforts and improve future projects.  As a follow-up to the first Stream Restoration Success short course in 2006, the presenters shared their experiences and lessons learned through the evolution of conservation practices.  Presenters also compared short and long-term outcomes at restored sites for habitat use, restoration genetics, water quality, invasive species and other ecosystem services.

Speakers and Presentations:
FEE: $25.00
(Workshop support has been provided by Marin Community Foundation)
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