- 2024 SRF Conference Proposal Solicitation
- 25th Annual Coho Confab
- Equity and Inclusion Resources
- SRF Merchandise
- NOAA's Fish Passage Funding Opportunities
- Trinity River Request for Quotations
- Trinidad Rancheria Hiring a Marine & Climate Resiliency Program Manager
- Restoration Job Board
2024 SRF Conference Proposal Solicitation
March 26 - 29, 2024 Santa Rosa
SRF is happy to announce that the 41st Annual Conference will be held in Santa Rosa, California on March 26 - 29, 2024. The Initial Call for Proposals is now open; to submit a proposal for a workshop, session, or field tour, please fill out this form by Monday, August 21. The First Call for Abstracts will be posted in September 2023. Questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
25th Annual Coho Confab
Friday, August 25 - Sunday, August 27, 2023
Only a few spots left
Join SRF, Sanctuary Forest, Mattole Restoration Council, Mattole Salmon Group, and other partnering restoration groups for a destination Confab on the Mattole River in Petrolia, CA. This Confab will feature Mattole estuary and headwaters restoration projects, flow enhancement projects including Sanctuary Forest’s Baker Creek String of Pearls, large wood projects, grassland restoration, and a suite of other techniques that are implemented or are being planned in this critical watershed. There are only 20 spaces left for this special event. The Confab is funded by CDFW's Fisheries Restoration Grant Program. Learn more and register here. The detailed agenda and registration are now posted.
The SRF website has many resources for salmonid restoration professionals from Beavers to Wildfires Effects on River Ecosystems. One page that SRF is proud of is the Equity and Inclusion Resources for Scientists and Organizations page that was added in 2020 when SRF hosted the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Panel. The newest resource is the Mycelium Map, created by the California Landscape Stewardship Network’s JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) Roundtable. The Mycelium Map uses the ecological metaphor of the fungal structure to show a pathway to explore, consider/reconsider, and to act.
NOAA’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act Fish Passage Funding opportunities are now open and accepting applications. Nearly $175 million in funding is available through the Restoring Fish Passage through Barrier Removal funding opportunity. Concurrently, nearly $85 million in funding is available for fish passage and tribal capacity building through the Restoring Tribal Priority Fish Passage through Barrier Removal funding opportunity.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in in cooperation with the Bureau of Reclamation and the Trinity River Restoration Program is pleased to announce the launch of a Request for Quotations (RFQ) to develop a Study Plan for a Limiting Factors Analysis of Chinook Salmon in the Trinity River Watershed. The RFQ can be found attached to this email and on the NFWF website. Quotations are due August 18, 2023.
The mission of the Trinidad Rancheria Marine Program is to protect, restore, and sustainably co-manage our cultural natural resources to achieve healthy and diverse ecosystems, sustainable fisheries, economic viability, and generational prosperity. Learn more about the Program Manager position here.