Salmonid Restoration Federation
Fisheries Restoration: Planning for Resilience
11 March - 14, 2015
Santa Rosa, California

Coho Salmon Habitat Restoration in Northern California: Prioritization and Implementation at ESU to Site Scales

March 14, 2015

Session Coordinators: 
Daniel Porter, The Nature Conservancy
Jay Stallman, Stillwater Sciences

Determining What Actions to Implement in Your Watershed: A Guide for SONCC Coho Salmon
Julie Weeder, NOAA Fisheries

Building on Recovery Planning: a Process for Identifying, Quantifying, Prioritizing, and Validating Cost-effective Coho Salmon Restoration Actions
Joshua Strange, PhD, Stillwater Sciences

2d Hydrodynamic Based Logic Modeling Tool for River Restoration Decision Analysis: A Quantitative Approach to Project Prioritization
David J. Bandrowski, Trinity River Restoration Program – US Bureau of Reclamation

A Multi-faceted Approach to Restoring the Sediment Impaired Elk River in Humboldt County, CA
Bonnie Pryor, Northern Hydrology and Engineering

A Science Framework and Reach-wide Plan for Restoring Coho Salmon Habitat in Lower Ten Mile River
Jay Stallman, Stillwater Sciences and Lauren Hammack, Prunuske Chatham, Inc.

Coho Habitat Restoration Strategies & Projects, Russian River Tributaries, Sonoma County
Matt O’Connor, O’Connor Environmental, Inc.