Information including the hydrologic cycle, basics to stream morphology, stream classification, stream instability, stream restoration, stabilization structure, vegetation, and monitoring and evaluation will be explained through classroom-style teaching in the morning session, and hands-on activities in the field at a nearby stream in the afternoon sessions. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training.
Registration is limited to the first 40 people due to space limitations. Participants are encouraged to wear masks inside the meeting facility. Cost is $50 and includes all training materials, a catered lunch, and a certificate of completion at the end of the course. Registration is required by July 20, 2022. Lunch will be provided but participants may bring their own. Dress is casual and comfortable; hip boots/waders are recommended for the hands-on field assessment, as we will be in the river in the afternoon.