Salmonid Restoration Federation
Reconnecting with Resilience
April 19 - 22, 2022
Santa Cruz, California

2022 Plenary Session

21 April 2022
The exciting annual Plenary Session showcases the state of salmonid recovery in California and features distinguished keynote speakers including legislators, renowned academics, watershed visionaries, and scientists at the forefront of the restoration movement in California.
Salmon Fishing, More than a Sport: How Salmon are Vital to Native American Culture, Health, and Prosperity, Brook Thompson, Native Scholar, Stanford University
Adapting to Increasing Drought Intensity: Recommendations for Reform in Policies and Practice,
Jeffrey Mount, PhD, Senior Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California
Answering the Question Most of Us are Afraid to Ask in Southern Salmon Restoration: Why Bother?,
Sean A. Hayes, PhD, NOAA Fisheries Northeast Fisheries Science Center

Protecting and Restoring California's Ocean Ecosystems, Margaret Spring, Chief Conservation and Science Officer, Monterey Bay Aquarium
A video of the Plenary Session can be found here
Brook Thompson