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Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds Auditorium

1 Citrus Fair Dr

Cloverdale, CA 95425

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A review and discussion of the science of stream restoration In entrenched channels in the Russian River Watershed

Presentation topics will include: the geomorphic and watershed processes creating entrenched channels; limitations to riparian and aquatic habitat in entrenched channels; influences of historical developments on present day creek form and function; examples of restoration techniques that address entrenchment; and effects of recent fires on creeks. The workshop is for both scientists and the general public.

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Matt Kondolf & Dr. Doug Shields, Russian River Independent Science Review Panel

Drs. Lorraine & Alan Flint, Climate Scientists, USGS

Dr. Brian Cluer, NOAA

As well as staff from local agencies and projects

About the Russian River Watershed

The Russian River Watershed includes about 1,500 square miles of land within Sonoma and Mendocino Counties. 95% of the watershed is in private ownership. The Russian River is an important resource in Northern California providing water for over 600,000 residents in Marin, Sonoma, and Mendocino Counties as well as agricultural uses. The Russian River is one of the most popular rivers in the nation for a wide variety of outdoor recreation activities, and it also provides essential habitat for wildlife and fish including several threatened and endangered salmonid species.

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