The 16th Annual Stream Restoration Symposium is made possible through the work of the nonprofit, River Restoration Northwest, a scientific and educational organization formed in 2002. RRNW's mission is to advance the science and standards of practice of river restoration through an interdisciplinary approach. The intent of the Symposium is to convene, share information, and foster dialogue with a multi-disciplinary approach to stream restoration and related watershed and river sciences, hence a broad range of speakers and topics is encouraged. Our participants typically include restoration planners, designers, engineers, biologists, hydrologists, geomorphologists, regulators, scientists and land/resource managers.
River Restoration Northwest seeks to:
- Promote responsible practices in the design of river restoration projects.
- Enhance discussion and exchange of ideas between river restoration professionals with different disciplinary backgrounds including: aquatic and fisheries biology, geomorphology, landscape architecture, hydrologic and hydraulic engineering, wetland science, and soil science.
- Provide a forum for project assessment and reflections on lessons learned.
- Create opportunities for professional development and technical information exchange.
- Provide technology transfer from research to practice.
RRNW Member Rate:
- Requires a registration code and is available to individuals who have become members for 2016
- There may be a 1 day delay between member registratio and email receipt of the symposium code
- Please plan accordingly
Registration fees are NOT REFUNDABLE, but are transferable for a small fee.
- Please contact email@example.com to request a registration substitution.
- We require written (email) request no later than January 27, 2017.
- Please include contact information for your substitute (full name, email address, etc.).
Persons with Special Needs or Disabilities:
River Restoration Northwest fully supports the rights to equal access to RRNW offerings by persons with special needs or disabilities. We make every reasonable effort to ensure this accommodation or access. The registration form has a section where special food needs can be made known. Persons with documented disabilities who have special requirements (e.g., hearing, sight, wheelchair mobility) should contact RRNW before Cameo Management Solutions, Inc. 541-994-4252 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. so that we have time to make arrangements that will enable your participation. Contact us by phone at
When an item is SOLD OUT: Please fill in the required information and you will be notified when a spot becomes available.
If you have any questions or need any additional assistance please contact Cameo Management Solutions, Inc. at 541-994-4252 or email us at email@example.com.
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River Restoration Northwest
River Restoration Northwest is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization which seeks to advance the science and standards of practice of river restoration through educational programs that emphasize an interdisciplinary approach to promote responsible practices, discuss and exchange idea, assess projects, reflect on lessons learned, and provide technology transfer.