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

Sessions at the 33rd Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Friday, March 13, 2015

Plenary Session

Master of Ceremonies:
Thomas Williams, PhD, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries

West Coast Salmonid Recovery Plans and Strategies

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

Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments: The Road to Resilience and Adaptation

Session Coordinator: 
Michael J. Furniss, MJ Furniss & Associates

Challenges and Applications for Salmonid and Watershed Recovery in Highly Altered Systems

Session Coordinator: 
Cynthia LeDoux-Bloom, PhD, Senior Fisheries Scientist, AECOM

Chasing Salmon -- Strategically Planning for Salmon Restoration in Coastal California

Session Coordinators: 
Lisa Hulette, The Nature Conservancy
Kevin Shaffer, CA Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Continuum of Conservation: Achieving Long Term Ecosystem Goals Through Integrated Programs and Diverse Partnerships

Session Coordinator: 
Karen Gaffney, Conservation Planning Manager, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Managing for Drought: Advances in Groundwater Policy and Recharge Practices

Session Coordinator: 
Amy Trainer, JD, Environmental Action Committee of West Marin

Beyond the Thin Blue Line: Floodplain Processes, Habitat, and Importance to Salmonids -- Part I

Session Coordinators: 
Brian Cluer, NOAA Fisheries
Tommy Williams, NOAA Fisheries

Validating Effectiveness Monitoring: Part I

Session Coordinators: 
Neil Lassettre, Sonoma County Water Agency
Justin Smith, Sonoma County Water Agency

Beyond the Thin Blue Line: Floodplain Processes, Habitat, and Importance to Salmonids -- Part II

Session Coordinators: 
Brian Cluer, NOAA Fisheries
Tommy Williams, NOAA Fisheries

Validating Effectiveness Monitoring: Part II

Session Coordinators: 
Neil Lassettre, Sonoma County Water Agency
Justin Smith, Sonoma County Water Agency

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

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

Navigating Water Flow Changes in the Eel and Russian Rivers

Session Coordinator:
Dougald Scott, PhD

Mechanisms for Recovery Implementation for West Coast Salmonids

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