22nd Annual Coho Confab
SRF with the support of California Department of Fish and Wildlife, hosted the 22nd Annual Coho Confab at Sandy Bar Ranch on the Klamath River. SRF was joined by the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council, Hoopa, Karuk, and Yurok tribes, and other restoration partners in a destination Confab on the Klamath River. This Confab focused on off-channel habitat, large wood, thermal refugia, fish passage, prescribed fire techniques, levee setbacks and restoring the natural channel, and toured exciting restoration projects throughout the Klamath and Trinity River region.
The Coho Confab is an annual symposium to explore watershed restoration and techniques to put coho salmon populations on the path to recovery. It is also an ideal opportunity to network with other fish-centric people and to attend field tours that highlight a variety of watershed restoration techniques. The agenda for the 2019 Coho Confab is now posted here.
Listen to Dana Stolzman of the Salmonid Restoration Federation and Will Harling of the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council discuss the Confab on The Jefferson Exchange.