Salmonid Restoration Federation
In 2022, Salmonid Restoration Federation will produce the 39th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference in Santa Cruz, California. The first two days of the conference include technical workshops and field tours. Thursday begins with a half-day plenary session followed by 1.5 days of technical, biological, and policy-related concurrent sessions. This conference will focus on a broad range of salmonid and watershed restoration topics of concern to restoration practitioners, watershed scientists, fisheries biologists, resource agency personnel, land-use planners, and landowners.
 
Salmon Fishing, More than a Sport: How Salmon are Vital to Native American Culture, Health, and Prosperity, Brook Thompson, Native Scholar
 
Adapting to Increasing Drought Intensity: Recommendations for Reform in Policies and Practice, Jeffrey Mount, Senior Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California
 
  • Los Padres Fish Passage Projects
  • Rancho Cañada Restoration Project
  • Salmonid Recovery in the San Lorenzo River
  • It Takes a Watershed: Fisheries Recovery in the Butano / Pescadero Watershed
  • 18 Years of Managing Mountain Bikes, Sediment, and Legacy Logging to Improve Salmonid Habitat
  • Scott Creek Field Tour: Ground Zero for Central California Coast Coho Salmon Recovery
 
  • California Environmental Flows Framework (half-day workshop)
  • Fish Passage Workshop and Corralitos tour
  • Restoration Approaches to Instream Large Wood Augmentation
  • Low-Tech Process-based Restoration with Beaver and Wood: Jump-Starting Structurally Starved Streams Workshop
 
  • Artificial Intelligence and eDNA: Emerging Technologies in Salmonid Monitoring
  • Seascape Ecology: Growth, Survival, and Foraging in the California Current
  • Approaches for Management and Restoration of Coastal Central Lagoons
  • Lightning Tales Where Wisdom Sails
  • Managing Non-native Predatory Fish in California’s Salmon Bearing Streams
  • Hydrologic Management for the Anthropocene
  • Mountain Meadows: Restoring Functions in Headwater Catchments under Changing Climate and Wildfire Regimes
  • Creating Opportunities for Community Involvement to Address Common Urban Streams Management Issues
  • Opportunities for Collaboration: Tools and Initiatives for Increasing Our Collective Impact
  • Considering Life-History Variation in Salmonid Restoration
  • Drought Response: Identifying the Science, Policies and Projects Needed to Protect Fisheries and Water Resources in a Drying Climate
  • Beyond Physical Habitat: The Importance of Prey Availability and Productivity in Recovering Imperiled Salmonid Populations
 
 

Cocoanut Grove
400 Beach Street
Santa Cruz , CA