Wet Meadow & Riparian Restoration Workshop August 15-16, 2019 (San Miguel County, Colorado)
Please register for the free 2-day introductory restoration workshop with Bill Zeedyk of Zeedyk Ecological Consulting, Shawn Conner of BIO-Logic Inc., and Thomas Grant (Wet Meadow Restoration Coordinator - Gunnison) using the Google Form below. The workshop is scheduled for August 15-16 in southwestern Colorado (Norwood area) and will cover the basic restoration techniques and the design, planning, and construction of rock and earthen restoration structures that slow down the flow of water through eroded mesic systems and reconnect incised channels with their floodplain. The first day of the workshop will be in the classroom (Norwood Livery), followed by a second day in the field. Registration is first-come, first-served although local partners and land owners in the San Miguel area were invited to participate prior to opening the registration to the public.

Following submission of your registration, you will be contacted to confirm your spot in the workshop or sent an acknowledgement of your position on a wait list. Additional details will be distributed in late June 2019 (agenda, specific locations for classroom and field sites, lodging information).

The workshop is financially supported by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's Sagebrush Landscapes Program with organizational support from our restoration partners (Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, San Miguel County, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service). For additional information, please visit the UGRWCD website (www.UGmeadowrestoration.com) or contact Thomas Grant PhD (UGrestoration@gmail.com or 970 641-6065).

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