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

Mechanisms for Recovery Implementation for West Coast Salmonids

March 14, 2015

Session Coordinators: 
Charlotte Ambrose, NOAA Fisheries
Nora Berwick, Protected Resources Senior Natural Resources Specialist and Washington Columbia Gorge Recovery Coordinator, NOAA Fisheries, West Coast Region, Portland, OR

Working with Veterans to Implement Recovery Plans in CA
Bob Pagliuco, NOAA Fisheries Restoration Center

Coalition Based Steelhead Recovery Efforts in Coastal Southern California
Sandra Jacobson, South Coast Steelhead Coalition Coordinator, California Trout

Coho Recovery South of the Golden Gate: Partnerships for Preventing Local Extinction, Expanding Populations and Building Ecosystem Resiliency
Jim Robins, Principal Ecologist and Central Coast Integrated Watershed Restoration Program, Alnus Ecological

Partnering to Advance Central Valley Salmon and Steelhead Recovery
Andrey Purkey and Claire Thorp, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Western Water Program

Recovery Plan Implementation Through the Eel River Forum
Darren Mierau, California Trout

Implementing Steelhead Recovery at the Local Level in the Bi-State Walla Walla Basin
Brian Wolcott, Executive Director, Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council

Salmon Recovery – Local Solutions to Regional Challenges
Steve Martin, Executive Director, Snake River Salmon Recovery Board