Catch Stillwater at the 34th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference!

The 34th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference has kicked off in Fortuna.  The focus this year is “Salmonid Restoration in Working Watersheds”.  Stillwater is pleased to be a sponsor and have staff attending, as well as, presenting this year.

Where you can find us:
Interactive Groundwater Planning Exercise,
Joel Monschke, Stillwater Sciences, Tasha McKee, Sanctuary Forest, and Eric Ginney, Environmental Science Associates (ESA)

Permitting Groundwater Recharge Projects—Permit Pathways and Lessons Learned, Tasha McKee, Sanctuary Forest, and Joel Monschke, Stillwater Sciences

Reconnecting Hillslope Hydrology—Road Run-Off and Infiltration, Joel Monschke, Civil Engineer and Geomorphologist, Stillwater Sciences

When are Population Models Like Blimps? How to Avoid Fatal Flaws by Proper Model Selection, Joshua Strange, Ph.D., Stillwater Sciences on behalf of Frank Ligon, Stillwater Sciences

Gold Country—Legacy Impacts and Restoration Strategies, Session Coordinator: Jay Stallman, Stillwater Sciences

Life History, Distribution, and Ecology of Pacific Lamprey in the Eel River, Abel Brumo, Stillwater Sciences

A Conceptual Plan to Remedy Major Fish Pathogens in the Klamath-Trinity Basin, Joshua Strange, Ph.D., Stillwater Sciences

Spring-Run Salmon Recovery in the Klamath-Trinity Basin, Joshua Strange, Ph.D., Stillwater Sciences

For more info: http://www.calsalmon.org/conferences/34th-annual-salmonid-restoration-conference