[env-trinity] Salmonid Restoration Federation

Byron Leydecker bwl3 at comcast.net
Thu May 7 14:58:56 PDT 2009


Hello, 

Please find below,  PSAs on SRF's 2009 Summer events. We are very excited
about this summer's events and hope you can participate.

 

Please feel free to share this information with your constituents and
co-workers. Also, we would greatly appreciate it if you would include these
PSA's in your newsletters, blogs, or on-line calendars.

 

Thank you so much,

Heather Reese

Project Coordinator

Salmonid Restoration Federation

PO Box 784

Redway, California 95560

(707) 923-7501

heather at calsalmon.org

 

 

4th Annual Spring-run Chinook Symposium

July 23-24 on the Salmon River 

 

Following the annual Salmon River dives, SRF and Salmon River Restoration
Council will host the 4th Annual Spring-run Chinook Symposium featuring
rafting tours of Creek Mouth Enhancement Projects on the Mid Klamath
tributaries, field trips to fish passage projects on the Salmon River;
hands-on restoration workshop about invasive species control and panel
discussions on the Klamath Dam removal process. Please check out the agenda
and registration form at www.calsalmon.org

 

 

12th Annual Coho Confab
August 28-30 on the Big River on the Mendocino Coast

SRF, Trees Foundation, the Mendocino Land Trust and Jughandle Farm will host
the 12th Annual Coho Confab featuring tours of Caspar Creek fish ladders and
road work, underwater fish identification, macro-invertebrate sampling and
other habitat restoration tours along the Coast. 

 

Please check out the SRF web site at www.calsalmon.org
<http://www.calsalmon.org/>  for more information or to register for this
event.

 

 

SRF Central Coast Bioengineering Field School

September 15 -18

 

Salmonid Restoration Federation will host a Central Coast Bioengineering
Field School September 15-18, 2009 in Arroyo Grande. The course will include
classroom instruction with John McCullah of Salix Applied Earthcare
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdcYUo1rqzc who will teach techniques to
restore riparian habitat, control erosion and stabilize banks. Participants
will tour projects in San Luis Obispo and learn how to build willow
mattresses and live siltation baffles as well as other structures. Growers
can receive eight hours of Ag Waiver Education Credits through the Central
Coast Water Quality Control Board for this course.

 

Participants will tour Camp San Luis Obispo to see upland erosion control
where roads were improved and brush check dams installed to retain sediment.
We will also visit the San Luis Creek Project to view the stabilized creek
channel and banks where different methods were employed included willow
mattresses, coir biologs, and brush bank protection.

 

Please see the registration form on the SRF website
<http://www.calsalmon.org/> , www.ca.salmon.org.

 

 

Byron Leydecker, JcT

Chair, Friends of Trinity River

PO Box 2327

Mill Valley, CA 94942-2327

415 383 4810 land

415 519 4810 cell

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