Stream Health & Restoration Workshops

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  The foundation of these workshops is to:

  • teach the fundamentals of stream science including: fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, connectivity, biology, and water quality and
  • educate attendees in natural channel design techniques and approaches that ensure long-term health and stability.

 Summer 2016 we will be offering the following workshop:

  • The Fundamentals of Stream Restoration: Applied Geomorphology & Ecology, July 25-29 in Fergus Falls MN. To register, complete and submit the registration form - available here: 2016 Workshop flyer PDF icon. (830 kb).

Workshops that the Stream Habitat Program teaches:

workshop coverWorkshop Brochure  Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to download this file.
with course descriptions.

Stream Restoration Series:

  • The Fundamentals of Stream Restoration: Applied Geomorphology & Ecology

  • Stream Restoration: Assessment & Monitoring

  • Stream Restoration: Design & Application

  • Natural Channel Design in Dam Removal & Fish Passage

The Science of Healthy Waters Series:

  • The Ditching Dilemma

  • The Dam Dilemma

Diagnosing Streams: Symptoms, Underlying Causes, & Remedies

 

Interested in a workshop?

Which workshops we offer is determined by amount of interest. We must receive a minimum of 30 requests in order to consider offering a workshop. To express interest in a workshop or if you have any questions, please contact Amy Childers.

  

Current number of requests for each workshop

(Updated April 7, 2016)

 

Stream Restoration Series

 41

 The Fundamentals of Stream Restoration: Applied Geomorphology & Ecology

 25

 Stream Restoration: Assessment & Monitoring

 29

 Stream Restoration: Design & Application

 14

 Natural Channel Design in Dam Removal & Fish Passage

 

  The Science of Healthy Waters Series
21    The Ditching Dilemma
12    The Dam Dilemma

 

28

Diagnosing Streams: Symptoms, Underlying Causes, & Remedies