[env-trinity] SRF Roads Maintenance & Erosion Control Field School annc & agenda, & First Call

Tom Stokely tstokely at att.net
Tue Sep 29 16:17:29 PDT 2009


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From: Dana Stolzman 
To: Tom Stokely 
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 10:47 AM
Subject: SRF Roads Maintenance & Erosion Control Field School annc & agenda, & First Call


SRF Road Maintenance & Erosion Control Field School


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October 13-16 2009, Garcia River


The Salmonid Restoration Federation, CA Department of Fish & Game and Pacific Watershed Associates will offer a field school to learn techniques to address culvert and road drainage practices as well as erosion control techniques. This field school will be held at Oz Farm on the Garcia River. All meals and lodging are included in the course fees. The curriculum includes conducting road sediment assessments (problem identification and prescription development); implementing fish-friendly road upgrading practices (stream crossing upgrades and improved road drainage practices to protect water quality); proper road decommissioning practices; road inspection, and maintenance practices; erosion control and erosion prevention practices, and spoils management. Throughout the course we will emphasize the concepts of making our road systems as �hydrologically invisible� and as resilient to storm events as possible. We will also focus on educating participants about how best to address the root causes of observed erosion problems, through both maintenance and repair practices at each potential work site. Please visit the SRF website to see the field school registration form or call (707) 923-7501.�


Dana Stolzman
Executive Director
Salmonid Restoration Federation
www.calsalmon.org
(707) 923-7501
(707) 923-3135 fax




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SRF Road Maintenance & Erosion Control Field School
October 13-16 2009, Garcia River

The Salmonid Restoration Federation, CA Department of Fish & Game and  
Pacific Watershed Associates will offer a field school to learn  
techniques to address culvert and road drainage practices as well as  
erosion control techniques. This field school will be held at Oz Farm  
on the Garcia River. All meals and lodging are included in the course  
fees. The curriculum includes conducting road sediment assessments  
(problem identification and prescription development); implementing  
fish-friendly road upgrading practices (stream crossing upgrades and  
improved road drainage practices to protect water quality); proper  
road decommissioning practices; road inspection, and maintenance  
practices; erosion control and erosion prevention practices, and  
spoils management. Throughout the course we will emphasize the  
concepts of making our road systems as “hydrologically invisible”  
and as resilient to storm events as possible. We will also focus on  
educating participants about how best to address the root causes of  
observed erosion problems, through both maintenance and repair  
practices at each potential work site. Please visit the SRF website  
to see the field school registration form or call (707) 923-7501.

Dana Stolzman
Executive Director
Salmonid Restoration Federation
www.calsalmon.org
(707) 923-7501
(707) 923-3135 fax


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