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Current and Upcoming Course offerings


2019 Courses and Workshops--open for registration now! 

Semester-long Courses

 

WATS 6310 / CEWA 6310, Wetland Ecology & Management (Feb 18-April 3, and May 6-10)

WATS 5340 and 5350, Management and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems Capstone I and 2 (Fall 2019 and Spring 2020)

Workshops and Short Courses

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Sediment Transport in Stream Assessment & Design (July 30-August 3)

WATS 6850 / CEWA 6850 Geomorphic Change Detection: Restoration Monitoring (April 30-May 3)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Low Tech Process-based Restoration of Riverscapes (October 8-10)

WATS 6860 / CEWA 6860 Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Beaver Translocation (April 2-4)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Construction of Low Tech Restoration Structures (PALS and BDA's) (June 25-26)

Online Electives

ENVS 6320 Water Law and Policy in the United States

ENVS 6530 Natural Resources Administration

NR 6910 Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resource Applications 

NR 6930 Advanced GIS for Natural Resource Applications

NR 6940 Principles of Remote Sensing of Natural Resources

NR 6950 Geospatial Analysis

Courses and Workshops coming in 2020

Here is a preview of new courses being developed by members of the Restoration Consortium. We anticipate that these will be part of the curriculum beginning in 2020 and 2021.

WATS 6900* / CEWA 6900 Using Grazing as a Tool for Riparian and Stream Restoration (spring 2020)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Geomorphology of Riverscapes for restoration practitioners

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Field Methods for riparian assessment and restoration design

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Fish Habitats

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Geomorphic Unit detection (geomorphic unit toolkit—GUT)

PCC 6900 / CEPS 5700 Invasive plant ecology and management

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool (BRAT)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Riparian Condition Assessment tool (RCAT)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Enhancing Mesic Habitat Resilience in Sagebrush Ecosystems: Beaver Dam analogs as a low cost restoration tool

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Woody Debris restoration of streams and rivers

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Fish Bioenergetics—Net rate energy intake (NREI)

WATS 6900 / CEWA 5700 Priorities in riparian restoration