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Restoring Riparian Habitats Field Training

August 28 - August 29


August 28th (evening only) and 29th (full field day), 2023

Do you manage or have an interest in restoring healthy creeks, streams, or rivers in Oregon rangelands?

Join us on August 28th for dinner and an overview of our field day and on the 29th for a full day in the field. This workshop will be hosted by OSU Extension, University of Idaho Rangeland Center, USFWS, and The Nature Conservancy. The training is geared towards novices to experts and will introduce participants to a new guide:

Threat-Based Management for Creeks, Streams, and Rivers: A Manager’s Guide for Understanding and Managing Flowing Waters in the Northern Great Basin.

This training will provide skills to rapidly assess the conditions of rivers, streams, and creeks throughout the sagebrush steppe of Oregon and support decisions related to the management of these resources. The afternoon session will build on the assessment framework and will highlight planning, permitting, and partnering opportunities as well as monitoring and adaptive management.

Contact Rachael Davee with any questions.

Restoring Riparian Habitats Field Training


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Baker City, Oregon
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