In this eNewsletter you will find:
- Final Call for 2023 SRF Conference Abstracts
- 2023 SRF Conference - Poster Session Open
- Featured Tour-Humboldt Bay Estuary
- Featured Workshop-Healthy Fire, Healthy Fish
- Klamath Fish Passage Summit Plenary Online
- Support the 40th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference
- Statewide Permitting Webinar
- Restoring Riverscapes Workshop
- San Mateo RCD Hiring
- Six Fish Techs Needed
- Restoration Job Board
- Please Support SRF
Final Call for 2023 SRF Conference Abstracts
Presenter Abstracts Due November 8, 2022
Please note that the agenda evolves and the Final Call for Abstracts includes additional concurrent sessions and the proposed field tours. Workshop, tour, and session descriptions are online. Early abstract submission helps SRF determine which sessions and workshops will be in the final agenda.
SRF’s Call for Abstracts is highly competitive and not all abstracts can be accepted. Presentations that have not been given before at our conference will have priority.
To submit an abstract, please review our submission guidelines. Please fill out this form, then email your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. Receipt of your submission will be acknowledged by email and forwarded to the correct session chair.
2023 SRF Conference - Poster Session Open
The Poster Session will be 7-10 pm on Thursday, April 27 at the Fortuna River Lodge (the conference venue). This annual event is open to all conference attendees and is a great venue to network with your peers.
Featured Tour- Humboldt Bay Estuary
The tour will visit recently completed estuary restoration projects around Humboldt Bay, exploring a variety of project types. The tour will include discussion of the project planning process, construction challenges, and results from post-implementation physical and biological monitoring for both newly constructed projects and those implemented several years prior. Learn more here.
Featured Workshop- Healthy Fire, Healthy Fish
The West suffers simultaneously from too much fire and not enough. The effects of fire on fish are equally complex. This workshop will explore the many dimensions of fire and fish, including fire ecology for fisheries, impacts of fire on fish, opportunities for joint projects and policy, and a shared vision and strategy for healthier fire and healthier fish. Learn more here.
Klamath Fish Passage Summit Plenary Online
SRF in conjunction with the California Fish Passage Forum and NOAA Restoration Center coordinated a Klamath Fish Passage Summit that focused on Reconnecting the Klamath — Honoring Communities and Culture. This historic event highlighted Klamath dam removal science, planning, and post-dam removal restoration activities and was intended for tribal leaders and restorationists engaged in the technical aspects of dam removal. Special thanks to the PSMFC, the Karuk tribe, Cal Trout, RES, and Catena Foundation for making this special event possible and for all the restoration partners that coordinated outstanding field tours.
Support the 40th Salmonid Restoration Conference
Please consider supporting the 40th 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. Please see the co-sponsor appeal letter.
Statewide Permitting Webinar
Mon, Oct 31, 1pm
Join Sustainable Conservation for Resilience Through Restoration - A Collaborative Approach for California webinar to celebrate new statewide authorizations for restoration that were recently completed and the partnerships that make them possible.
Restoring Riverscapes Workshop
Please join NOAA for an engaging, multi-day, virtual workshop in early 2023. We’ll discuss the benefits and challenges of riverscape restoration to advance salmon habitat restoration practices in the West Coast. NOAA fisheries West Coast is co-sponsoring the workshop as part of a new, collaborative education enterprise with the habitat restoration community of practice.
San Mateo RCD Hiring
The San Mateo Resource Conservation District is hiring a Conservation Project Manager. This new team member will advance efforts to restore wildlife habitat, enhance streamflow, and improve water security for agriculture and domestic use. Learn more here.
Restoration Job Board
Please join SRF or renew your membership today. Membership includes Connection to a network of thousands of scientists and practitioners with an interest in California fisheries and watershed restoration.
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