In this eNewsletter you will find:
- Registration is open for the SRF Virtual Conference
- Featured Conference Workshop on Instream Flow
- Applications Open for New SRF Scholarship
- California Salmonscape resources page now available
- SRF Restoration Webinar Series Archive
- South Fork Eel River Low-Flow Monitoring Projects
- SRF Promotion: free playing cards!
- Pre-register for the 2021 Virtual Poster Session
- SRF Virtual Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Info
- Trout Unlimited Restoration Liability Survey
- Stillwater Sciences Positions Available
- Practicing Biocultural Restoration Virtual Series
- Senate Bill No. 19 - Stream Gaging Plan
- "Guardians of the River" short film
- Klamath Mountains Winter Webinar Series
- 2021 Wild and Scenic Film Festival
- SRF Restoration Job Board
SRF Virtual Conference Registration is Open
April 21-23, 2021
Click here for additional information and to register online for the 2021 Salmonid Restoration Virtual Conference.
Featured Conference Workshop: Instream Flow
Bill Trush, Co-Director HSU River Institute, Valerie Zimmer, State Water Resources Control Board, and Katrina Nystrom, Salmonid Restoration Federation will be coordinating a full day workshop on Assessing Ecological Risks from Streamflow Diversions in Coastal California Streams. Workshop participants will be shown how to quantitatively link RCT hydraulics with stream ecosystem processes, then shown how to apply these linkages practically and quantitatively for evaluating diversion risks. They will also discuss how and why maintaining ecological performance will require a top-down regional diversion strategy.
Apply for the SRF Diversity and Equity Scholarship!
Applications for our new scholarship fund are now available through the Humboldt Area Foundation scholarship portal. This fund is part of the 2021 Humboldt Area Foundation & Wild Rivers Community Foundation Scholarship Application, which is due by 11:59 PM on Monday, March 15, 2021. To apply, please fill out the general HAF Scholarship Eligibility Form and be sure to select "Watershed Sciences" and/or "Natural Resources" under the Field of Study question.
SRF created a scholarship fund in 2020 to support students that are underrepresented in the watershed field. If you would like to donate to our scholarship fund, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our scholarship webpage.
California Salmonscape Webpage
SRF and the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation collaborated on a series of educational projects this year, designed to promote sustainable seafood. Links to download recipe cards, factsheets, posters, and additional information about our incredible salmonscape are now available on our website.
SRF Restoration Webinar Series Archive
South Fork Eel River Low-Flow Monitoring Projects
SRF has been conducting low flow monitoring in Redwood Creek in the South Fork Eel watershed since 2013. Check out our website to see project resources, the low flow trajectory, and regular updates about this project, including this time-lapse of photos from Redwood Creek in 2020.
SRF Merchandise Promotion - Free Cards!
For the month of February, if you purchase $50 or more in merchandise or membership dues with SRF, we will mail you a deck of salmon-themed playing cards, free of charge!
The artwork for these cards was designed by artist Ray Troll as part of the California Salmonscape educational project. Check out our website to view flipbooks of the cards.
Pre-register for the 2021 Virtual Poster Session
The Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference Poster Session will be held concurrently with the virtual conference April 21-23, 2021. You must be registered for the conference to participate.
To receive more information about logistics, please pre-register for the 2021 Virtual Poster Session.
SRF Virtual Conference Sponsor and Exhibitor Info
To learn more about the benefits and virtual opportunities of sponsoring the Virtual SRF Conference, please click here.
Sponsorship will include access to over 600 participants, logo and social media recognition, the ability to showcase your work on a virtual platform, and appointment features to schedule meetings with colleagues and prospective clients.
TU Restoration Liability Survey
Stillwater Sciences Positions Available
Practicing Biocultural Restoration Virtual Series
Senate Bill No. 19 - Stream Gaging Plan
The first SB 19 Stream Gaging Plan public outreach meeting will take place February 4, 2021. Visit the webpage for information on how to join remotely.
Guardians of the River
In this short film by American Rivers and Swiftwater Films, Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical for clean water, food sovereignty and justice.
Klamath Mountains Winter Webinar Series
This 10-part class will share stories of how geology, climate, fire, and water provide the basis for the biological abundance of all living things across the Klamath Mountains — one of the most biodiverse places on Earth.
2021 Wild and Scenic Film Festival
California Trout will host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival virtually, starting at 7pm on March 4th. Tickets to view this collection of environmental and adventure films are now available online.
SRF Restoration Job Board