Event: 37th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Dates: Tue, Apr 23rd 2019 to Fri, Apr 26th 2019
Location: 2060 West College Avenue, Santa Rosa, California 95401 AND 2777 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa, California 95405

The conference will consist of a series of lectures, workshops, and field tours listed below:

Field Tours:

  • Living in a Fire Adapted Landscape: Burn Zone Recovery, Natural Regeneration and Active Restoration in Sonoma County Watersheds
  • Dutch Bill Watershed Streamflow Improvement and Coho-Recovery Tour
  • Integrating Flood Management, Steelhead and Wildlife Restoration in the Napa River Watershed
  • Winter Habitat, Floodplains, and Fish Passage in Lagunitas Creek
  • Exploring a Stage 0 Valley - Aggraded, Avulsed, Restored
  • Dry Creek Field Tour: Partnerships in Habitat Enhancement and Monitoring for Salmonid Recovery
  • PIT Antenna Technology: An Array of Applications in the Russian River Watershed


  • Restoring to Stage 0, Recent Advances and Applications in Process-Based Habitat Restoration
  • Thinking Outside the Channel: Innovative Approaches to Urban Stream Restoration 
  • Assessing Ecological Risks from Streamflow Diversions
  • Growing Impacts: Cannabis and Instream Flows

Concurrent Sessions:

  • Data, Planning and Actions for Watershed Resiliency: Fires, Floods and Climate Change
  • Growing Impacts: Cannabis and Instream Flows
  • Floodplains and Functions: From Concept to Creation
  • Salmonid Foodscapes in River Networks
  • Freshwater-Estuarine Transition Zone in Coastal Watersheds 
  • Stage Zero Restoration, Design and Implementation
  • Let The River Run: Insights into Understanding the Klamath Basin
  • Possibility of a Renaissance for Spring-Run Chinook: Fact or Fiction?
  • Summertime Blues: Salmonid Survival and Ecosystem Response at the Base of the Hydrograph
  • Strategies for Improving Streamflow
  • Innovations in the Science and Management of Dry Season Water Supply for Salmonid Recovery in California

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