River Health and Restoration Workshops

montevideo dam on the chippewa river

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.

 Spring/Summer 2018 we are offering the following workshop:

  • The Ditching Dilemma, March 19-21 in Blue Earth, Minnesota
  • The Fundamentals of River Science: Applied Geomorphology and Ecology, June 11-15 in Marshall, Minnesota

For questions contact Amy Childers or review the Spring 2018 Workshop flyer.

 

River Ecology Unit Workshops

The River Ecology Unit teaches the following workshops:

River Science Series

  • The Fundamentals of River Science: Applied Geomorphology & Ecology
  • River Monitoring & Assessment
  • River Restoration: Design & Application
  • Restoration Solutions in Fragmented River Ecosystems

The Science of Healthy Waters Series

  • The Ditching Dilemma
  • The Dam Dilemma

Diagnosing Streams: Symptoms, Underlying Causes, & Remedies

 

Interested in a workshop?

The workshops we offer are determined by the amount of interest. If you're interested in a workshop, or have questions, please contact Amy Childers.

Requests for each workshop
Updated March 2018

River Science Series

  • The Fundamentals of River Science: Applied Geomorphology & Ecology (44 requests)
  • River Monitoring & Assessment (31 requests)
  • River Restoration: Design & Application (38 requests)
  • Restoration Solutions in Fragmented River Ecosystems (19 requests)

The Science of Healthy Waters Series

  • The Ditching Dilemma (19 requests)
  • The Dam Dilemma (11 requests)

Diagnosing Streams: Symptoms, Underlying Causes, & Remedies (30 requests)