Salmonid Restoration Federation

April 2017 eNewsletter Highlights

2017 Conference Proceedings Now Online

Please see the 35th Annual Conference Proceedings online.

If you would like a hard copy, you can order here and SRF will be happy to mail you one for $5 (s&h included). We are also happy to media-mail you many copies if you would like to share with your colleagues and constituents. Please fill out this spreadsheet if you would like to order more than one.

2017 Conference Plenary Session Video Now Online

SRF had an exciting Plenary session with NASA Scientist Jay Famiglietti, Chair of the State Water Board, Felicia Marcus, and Director of the Center for Watershed Sciences, Jay Lund.

Thanks to Davis Media Access, a video of the Plenary session is online.

20th Annual Coho Confab August 24-26, 2017

SRF, in cooperation with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Mattole Restoration Council, Mattole Salmon Group, and Sanctuary Forest, will offer workshops and tours of off-channel slough restoration, forest and fuels reduction projects, water conservation practices, stream bank stabilization, large woody debris placement, and groundwater recharge projects. The Confab will specifically include a tour of Mattole estuary off-channel slough excavations, riparian restoration, and Heliwood procurement. Confab registration and the agenda will be posted in May. 


2017 Salmon Restoration Federation Award Recipients  

This year, SRF was excited to bestow the following awards:

FRGP Deadline Extended until May 4 

The Fisheries Restoration Grant Program submission deadline has been extended to Thursday, May 4. Please see the announcements pertaining to the Proposal Solicitation Notice.

Take Action for AmeriCorps

The federal administration’s recently released budget proposes to cut national service programs, like AmeriCorps. This community service program is an integral part of the watershed restoration field. Please learn more and make a call / send an email to protect this invaluable program.

Join SRF for Arts Alive in Eureka

Please join us for Arts Alive Saturday, May 6 from 6-9 p.m.

Our office, located in the Heart of Old Town Eureka by the gazebo and the waterfront, will feature the beautiful artwork of Sandy Eastoak. We look forward to seeing you there!

Beaver Dam Analogue Workshop

Theory and Practice of Restoring Rivers, Streams, and Floodplains Using Beaver Dam Analogues Workshop will be in the Scott Valley June 19 - 22, 2017.

To learn more about and register for this workshop, please see this flyer

Order 2017 Conference T-Shirt and other SRF Items Online!


Visit our merchandise page to see our full line of Ray Troll t-shirts (including the Salmon Family Tree Conference t-shirt), hoodies, aprons, and more.