24th Annual Coho Confab
Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) is coordinating the 24th Annual Coho Confab that will take place September 9-11 in the South Fork Eel River watershed. This year’s Coho Confab will be held at Rangjung Yeshe Gomde Buddhist Retreat Center which is a forested sanctuary at the confluence of Cedar Creek and the South Fork Eel watershed. This is the perfect tranquil location to safely convene in person while we ease out of COVID restrictions. This will largely be an outdoor event.
The Coho Confab is a field symposium to learn about watershed restoration and techniques to restore and recover coho salmon populations. The Confab provides an ideal opportunity to network with other fish-centric people and to participate in field tours that highlight innovative salmon restoration practices. This year, SRF is collaborating with several groups to produce this educational event including California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Cal Trout, NOAA Fisheries, Stillwater Sciences, Eel River Watershed Improvement Group, Trout Unlimited, Pacific Watershed Associates, and other restoration partners.