Salmonid Restoration Federation

Sessions at the 36th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Streamflow Enhancement: Planning, Science, Strategies and Lessons Learned
Biological Responses: Fish Seeks River With Ample Flow and Bugs, Not Too Hot
Restoring to Stage Zero, Recent Innovations in Restoration Science: Reports from the Field
Streamlined Permitting for Restoration Projects — Existing Programs and Potential Reforms
Session Coordinator:
Matt Clifford, Trout Unlimited
Cool Matters: Emerging Stream Temperature Science
Klamath River Dam Removals – Overview of Planning and Process
Session Coordinator:
Michael Belchik, Yurok Tribe
Modeling Salmonid Habitat for Restoration
Alluvial Fans and Salmonid Habitat: The Forgotten and Challenging Landscape In-Between
Adapting Aging Hydroelectric Infrastructure to Sustain Listed Salmonids
Session Coordinator:
Eric Ginney, ESA
Eel River Ecology, Restoration Challenges, and Opportunities
Session Coordinator:
Darren Mierau, Cal Trout