Salmonid Restoration Federation
Salmonid Restoration Federation will produce the 41st Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference in Santa Rosa, California on March 26 - 29, 2024. The first two days of the conference include technical workshops and field tours. Thursday will begin with a half-day plenary session and will be followed by 1.5 days of technical, biological, and policy-related concurrent sessions. The conference focuses on a broad range of salmonid and watershed restoration topics of concern to restoration practitioners, watershed scientists, fisheries biologists, resource agency personnel, and land-use planners. 
  • Forwarding the Fish & Fire Conversation: Where Do We Go From Here?
  • The Role of Conservation Hatcheries in Salmon Recovery
  • Nature-like Fishways: Modern Perspectives and Techniques
  • Community Outreach, Collaboration Tools, and Tribal Engagement Workshop
  • Realizing a Vision of Multi-benefit Restoration in the Laguna de Santa Rosa/Mark West Creek Watershed
  • Beaver and Process-Based Restoration: Opportunities and Obstacles
  • Lightning Tales: Sharing Stories of Inspiration and Hope
  • Eel River Dam Removal: Opportunities and Considerations
  • Did this thing come with instructions? Exploring Engineering Overkill in Restoration
  • Multi-benefit Restoration in the Laguna de Santa Rosa/Mark West Creek watershed
  • Klamath Dam Removal - Meeting the Moment and Planning for the Future
  • Assessing the Patient(s): Status, Trend, and Validation Monitoring to Understand the State of Salmon Populations and Recovery Efforts in Coastal California
  • From Groundwater to Streamflow: Exploring the Science, Projects and Policies to Manage Groundwater Resources to Support Streamflows for Salmon and Public Trust Resources
  • Thiamine Deficiency in California Salmon and Steelhead
  • Oops! I didn't mean to do that. Restoration Endeavors With Unintended Outcomes

Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country
170 Railroad St,
Santa Rosa , CA