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Low Tech Process-based Restoration of Riverscapes

CEWA 6900


This workshop, hosted by Utah State University Restoration Consortium, will bring together partners interested in low-tech alternatives for restoring streams and associated riparian and mesic habitats to benefit wildlife and working lands. 

In this 2.5 day workshop, we will evaluate cost-effective, low-risk techniques that can be implemented at large scales to meet mesic habitat restoration goals including: partnering with beaver, beaver dam analogues (BDAs), post-assisted log structures (PALS), and other simple hand-built structures designed to facilitate process-based restoration.

The first 15 to register can use discount code LTPBR_Logan_discount to save $300! (by July 15, 2019)

Cost: $1100 (early bird save $300 for registration before July 15)
October 9-11, 2019

Instruction Team

Karin Kettenring

Steve Bennett

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Frank Howe

Joe Wheaton

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Scott Shahverdian

Scott Shahverdian

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