In this eNewsletter you will find:
- 2022 SRF Conference Final Call for Abstracts
- 2022 SRF Conference Registration
- SRF Conference-Call for Awards
- 2022 SRF Conference-Poster Session Now Open
- SRF Conference FAQs
- Featured SRF Conference Workshop: Fish Passage Design Workshop and Field Tour
- Featured SRF Conference Tour: Fisheries Recovery in the Butano/Pescadero Watershed
- Sproul Creek, SF Eel Virtual Meeting
- Small Community Drought Relief Program
- Redwood Creek, SF Eel Flow Enhancement Project
- Prunuske Chatham, Inc. Environmental Planner Requested
- CDFW Seeks Two Senior Environmental Scientists
- CalTrout Seeking a Shasta-Klamath region Project Manager
- Collaborative Water Management Guidebook
- SRF Restoration Job Board
- Consider Supporting SRF this Holiday Season
- Support the 39th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference
Presenter abstracts deadline is extended until December 3
To submit an abstract, please review our submission guidelines. Please fill out this form, then email your abstract to email@example.com. Receipt of your submission will be acknowledged by email and forwarded to the correct session chair.
2022 SRF Conference Registration
Conference registration will open in mid-December and will be similar to 2020 conference registration pricing. Proof of vaccination will be required to attend the conference or proof of recent COVID test results (48 hours).
SRF Conference - Call for Awards
Please submit 200 words or more to nominate candidates for the illustrious Restorationist of the Year Award, the Golden Pipe Award for Innovation, the Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Gordon Becker Memorial River Advocate Award.
These awards will be presented at the 2022 Salmonid Restoration Conference. Nominations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 11, 2022. Please write "Award Nominations" in the subject line.
2022 SRF Conference - Poster Session Now Open
SRF Conference FAQs
Featured SRF Conference Workshop: Fish Passage Design Workshop and Field Tour
The 2022 SRF Conference will feature a two-day option called Fish Passage Design for Road Crossings Workshop and Field Tour, coordinated by Michael Love and Kristen Kittleson
This two-day workshop will focus on fish passage design approaches and techniques for road-stream crossings and other low-head barriers. The course will be structured around Part XII – Fish Passage Design and Implementation - of the CDFW California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual. The workshop is intended for participants with a variety of backgrounds, including engineers, biologists, geologists, planners, and project managers, and will have participants work on sample problems taken from real projects, including analysis of thalweg profiles, developing designs for a stream simulation culvert crossing, and sizing material for a roughened channel. The second half of Day 2 will include a field tour to a range of fish passage sites within Santa Cruz’s Corralitos Creek. Sites include full replacements and retrofits of stream crossings and a fish ladder, illustrating the various design approaches covered in the workshop and described in CDFW Part XII.
Featured SRF Conference Tour: Fisheries Recovery in the Butano/Pescadero Watershed
Pescadero Creek Watershed is a critical independent watershed for CCC Coho, is home to myriad special status species, and contains the Pescadero Marsh Natural Reserve, a management flashpoint for 30+ yrs. This tour will enable participants to learn about unique issues, technical solutions, compliance approaches, and partnerships necessary to complete an array of projects from headwaters to the ocean, including the Butano Reconnection project and much more.
Sproul Creek, South Fork Eel Virtual Meeting
6:30 pm on Dec 14, 2021
Salmonid Restoration Federation is hosting an online meeting about Sproul Creek, a significant tributary in the South Fork Eel watershed. Presentations and discussions will include Sproul Creek streamflow conditions, recent restoration, and flow enhancement planning. Please register in advance at tinyurl.com/SproulMtg. Sign up for the Sproul Mailing List.
Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancement Proj Public Hearing to Adopt MND
6:00 pm on Dec 16, 2021
SRF and Stillwater Sciences have designed a flow enhancement project in Redwood Creek, South Fork Eel that includes 10-million gallons of off-stream pond storage to augment flows in Redwood Creek during the dry summer months. SRF's Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancement project is on the agenda for the Humboldt County Planning Commission on December 16 at 6pm. Click here to see how to attend the meeting.
Small Community Drought Relief Program
Prunuske Chatham, Inc. Environmental Planner Requested
The Senior Restoration Ecologist / Project Manager works with the Science, Operations and Development Teams to support the planning, design, implementation and monitoring of multi-benefit riparian and floodplain restoration projects. Learn more here.
CDFW Seeks Two Senior Environmental Scientists
CalTrout Seeking a Shasta-Klamath Region Project Manager
The Nature Conservancy, SRF, and Alford Environmental have produced a Collaborative Water Management Guide to Enhancing Streamflow and Water Supply Reliability in California’s Rural Watersheds and Communities.
Collaborative Water Management Guidebook
The Nature Conservancy, Salmonid Restoration Federation, and Alford Environmental have produced a Collaborative Water Management Guide to Enhancing Streamflow and Water Supply Reliability in California’s Rural Watersheds and Communities.
SRF Restoration Job Board
Support SRF this Holiday Season
Co-Sponsor Info for the 39th Salmonid Restoration Conference
Please consider supporting the 39th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference. Co-sponsors are recognized in all conference materials and receive complimentary conference passes. Co-sponsorships help keep the conference affordable for practitioners and make it feasible for SRF to produce the conference during COVID. Please see the co-sponsor appeal letter.