Stream & Watershed Restoration Design & Implementation (NR20)
- Develop and implement stream and watershed restoration programs at the district level.
- Restoration in watershed analysis context, and effective stream restoration programs.
The watershed context for planning stream habitat and watershed restoration projects; identifying existing habitat condition, desired future habitat conditions, and limiting factors; formulating watershed, habitat and channel objectives; developing alternative approaches to restoration in an interdisciplinary manner; general overview on designing and implementing restoration projects; required NEPA analysis and documentation; necessary permits; contract preparation and administration; physical and biological monitoring and evaluation; implementing projects through partnerships; how to plan successful projects. Feedback/help on your current watershed restoration projects is available.
Part of the USDA Pacific Northwest Aquatic Training program.
Tuition: $800 - Tuition includes:
- Workshop materials & Take home tools
Dates: May 12 - 16, 2014
Location: Sisters, OR
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Dropping from the Workshop:
Tuition is low for this workshop consequently there is not much
leeway on letting people drop. If you are registered, check with
us first, just in case we have a waiting list. If there is not
a waiting list, you will need to find a substitute or pay fixed
costs. The budget has been set and spent based on current confirmation.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
Johan Hogervorst, USDA Forest Service, PNW Region, Willamette NF