In this eNewsletter you will find:
- SRF Conference Proceedings Now Online
- SRF Plenary Session and More Online
- 21st Coho Confab in Smith River This August
- SRF Large Wood Technical Field School
- SRF is Hiring a Project Assistant
- WSP is Accepting Applications
- Prop 1 Funding Announcement
- SRF Merchandise
SRF Conference Proceedings Now Online
The full and revised 2018 Conference Proceedings are now online. If you did not get a hard copy of the Conference Proceedings at the conference and would like one, please fill out this form. SRF is considering doing a small print run and it would be helpful to know how many conference participants did not get a copy of the Proceedings.
SRF Conference Plenary Session & More Online
Presentations from the 36th Annual SRF Conference are currently being uploaded. The Plenary Session video is now online, as well as videos from the Klamath River and Eel River sessions. For powerpoints of the these sessions, visit the conference website. Please stay tuned for future uploads.
21st Coho Confab August 24-26, Smith River
SRF with the support of California Department of Fish and Wildlife, will host the 21st Annual Coho Confab at the beautiful Rock Creek Ranch on the South Fork of the Smith River. Field tours will include restoration forestry practices, Redwood National Park projects, off-channel habitat fish passage projects, and engineered log jams in the Lower Klamath as well as an intensive beaver dam analog workshop. Registration will open later this month or early June.
SRF Large Wood Technical Field School
Join SRF and Trout Unlimited for our first Large Wood Technical Field School that will be held at Jughandle Farm on the Mendocino Coast during October 30-31. The field school will include a full-day technical workshop, and tours of innovate large wood projects. This school is intended for planners, foresters, heavy equipment operators and others interested in large wood restoration efforts. The full agenda and registration will open in June.
SRF is Hiring a Project Assistant
SRF is hiring a Project Assistant to work with the SRF team at our headquarters in Eureka, CA. Please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
This position requires a high-level of multi-tasking and a wide-range of skills. Please click here to see the Project Assistant job description.
Watershed Stewards Program Now Accepting Applications
The AmeriCorps Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is now accepting applications for its 25th program year. To apply, follow the instructions under the member applicant tab on the WSP website, watch the Recruitment Video, and submit by June 29th, 2018. If you have any questions please contact Angela Rabe.
Prop 1 Funding Announcement
CDFW is now accepting proposals in response to the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Proposal Solicitation Notice under its Proposition 1 Restoration Grant Programs.
Proposals are due Wednesday, June 13, 2018, by 4:00 PM, PDT.
CDFW will host two online workshops to provide technical assistance with the solicitation and online application system.
The SRF Conference t-shirt is this new Ray Troll SalmonScape shirt printed on organic cotton t-shirts available in both granite and slate colors and men’s and women’s cuts. Visit our merchandise page to see our full line of Ray Troll t-shirts, hoodies, aprons, and baseball caps.