Workshops

Items listed in this section include upcoming restoration related events. The list was compiled from a myriad of sources including but not limited to member contributions and the Society for Ecological Restoration International. If you wish to add an event, please contact Jessie Birckhead (working group webmaster).

Wetland Restoration Techniques Workshops

Hosted by the Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration

1) Wetland Construction Workshop, LeRoy, West Virginia, March 28 & 29, 2012

Click here for agenda and registration.

2) Wetland and Water Workshop, Southeast Arizona, April 24-26, 2012

3) Vernal Pond Construction Workshop, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, May 22-24, 2012

4) British Columbia Wildlife Federation Wetlands Institute, Sea to Sky Corridor near Squamish and Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. July 9-15, 2012 http://www.bcwf.net/index.php

5) St. Anne’s Wetland Restoration Workshop, Melbourne, Kentucky, September 6-8, 2012

6) Northeast Wetland Restoration Institute, Syracuse, New York, October 8-12, 2012

7) Wetland Restoration Workshop, Shawnee State Park, West Portsmouth, Ohio, October 16-18, 2012

More information regarding training session descriptions and registration will be posted on the Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration website. www.wetlandsandstreamrestoration.org

 

Southeastern Prairies Symposium:

Remnants, Conservation, and Working Grasslands

May 14-17, 2012 Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks partnering with Mississippi State University and Wildlife Mississippi will co-host a ymposium for natural resources professionals and scientists involved in the ecology, management, and restoration of southeastern prairie habitats. The primary goal of this symposium is to synthesize effective approaches to prairie restoration and enhancement throughout the region by identifying broad-scale generalities in management practices and biota while recognizing differences at the specific ecosystem level. Three concurrent sessions focusing on management, the natural biota, as well as working grasslands will unite researchers, biologists, and managers from across the southern United States (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX) and increase communication among state, federal, and nongovernmental partners in prairie habitat management.
For more information, visit http://www.cfr.msstate.edu/wildlife/prairie/

 

WORKSHOPS AND RESTORATION EVENTS