Kelly Evans and Helen Lau, US Forest Service, From Fruit to Fruition: the Operational Complexities of a Successful Highway Restoration Project
James Hepler, Washington State University, Pollinators and Riparian Restoration
(additional materials provided by Bob Gillespie, Wenatchee Valley College)
Meade Krosby and Richard Fleenor, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Incorporating Climate Change into Riparian Project Prioritization and Planning (Meade’s slides — Richard’s slides)
Sylvia Peasley and Pendleton Moses, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Traditional Cultural Plants of Shorelines and Wetlands in Eastern Washington
Judith Johnson, Kooskooskie Commons, Many Water, Riparian Restoration on Spring Creeks in an Urban Landscape
Katrina Strathmann, Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group, Multi-Species Herbivory and an Out-of-Sync Hydrograph
Mike Denny, Walla Walla Community College, Pot Pies, Pigs, and Ravens
Julie Vanderwal, Okanogan Highlands Alliance, Where the Creek Meets the Plot: Riparian Planting on a Rapidly Changing Stream
Sandy Letzing and Patrick Haggerty, Cascadia Conservation District, Battling Darwinism on an Anthropogenically Disturbed Site
Geoff Gray, WA Department of Transportation, Riparian Restoration on the Yakima River Delta
Brian Burns, Tri-State Steelheaders, When is Deer Fencing worth the Expense?
Amy Martin, Okanogan Conservation District, Lessons Learned: Planning for Flood and Drought
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