Five interactive workshops focused on the use of beaver in aquatic restoration will be offered from January through April, 2015.
Workshops are intended for land owners/managers, and restoration funders, reviewers, and practitioners who are actively involved in aquatic ecosystem restoration.
There will be an opportunity to sign up as a peer reviewer of the draft Beaver Restoration Guidelines at each of the workshops, or request to be a reviewer by e-mailing Janine_M_Castro@fws.gov.
Locations and Dates:
· Everett, Washington, January 14th
· Portland, Oregon, January 21st and 22nd
· Weed, California, February 12th
· Juneau, Alaska, April 14th
Michael M. Pollock, Ph.D., Ecosystems Analyst, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Chris Jordan, Ph.D., Mathematical Ecologist, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Janine Castro, Ph.D., Geomorphologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA Fisheries
Gregory Lewallen, Research Assistant, Portland State University
Mary Ann Schmidt, Director, Environmental Professional Program, Portland State University
To Register: http://epp.esr.pdx.edu/Beaver%20Restoration.html
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The Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership works to foster cooperative fish habitat conservation in freshwater, estuarine and marine ecosystems across the southern panhandle of Alaska including the dynamic watersheds and waterways that make up the Alexander Archipelago.
It is believed that many benefits result when multiple partners come together to share resources, align strategic actions, and speak with a united voice about the conservation and value of productive and intact fish habitats at both local and regional scales.
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