The foundation of these workshops is to teach the fundamentals of stream science including fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, connectivity, biology, and water quality. The workshops also educate attendees in reference reach geometry techniques and approaches that ensure long-term health, stability and resilience (image: Buffalo River restoration in Hawley, Minn.).
River Health and Restoration Workshops and Mentoring Opportunities
For questions contact Amy Childers or review the 2023 Workshop brochure with the registration form on the last page.
"The Fundamentals of River Science: Applied Geomorphology and Ecology" workshop will be hosted August 7-11, 2023 in Fergus Falls. To register, complete and submit the registration form found in the 2023 brochure.
River Science Series
- The Fundamentals of River Science: Applied Geomorphology and Ecology
- River Monitoring and Assessment
- Restoring River Ecosystems: Design and Application
The Science of Healthy Waters Series
- The Ditching Dilemma
- The Dam Dilemma
Diagnosing Streams: Symptoms, Underlying Causes, & Remedies
Interested in a workshop?
The workshops offered each year are partially determined by the number of requests. To submit your request for a workshop, or if you have questions, contact Amy Childers.