When: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. EST (You can choose to attend either the morning or afternoon session, or both.)
Where: Online via Zoom
Cost: Free, pre-registration required. You will receive connection information when you register.
Stroud Water Research Center will be recording this live workshop or webinar, including all questions, comments, etc., by the audience. By participating, you agree to allow the recording to be posted on the Stroud Center’s YouTube channel, website, Facebook page, Instagram feed, and other media. If you do NOT wish your name or likeness to be recorded and shared for potential public distribution, please visit the Stroud Center YouTube channel following this event to watch the recording; please note that a publicly available recording is not always guaranteed.
Please plan to connect 5-10 minutes before the call if you are a first-time user, as there will be a brief installation process.
9:30 Welcome and Overview of the Day
9:45 Introduction to Stream Ecology and Links to Riparian Forests, David Wise.
10:15 Video of restoration elements at the Stroud Center and White Clay Creek
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Watershed Restoration with Aquatic Insects as Our Guide, John Jackson, Ph.D.
11:30 Buffer Planting and Establishment 101 – Best Practices for Success, Lamonte Garber
12:15 Break for lunch
1:30 Welcome and Overview for Afternoon: Special Topics in Restoration
1:45 Soil Health – Releasing Soil’s Biological Potential for Clean Water, Lisa Blazure
2:15 Strategic Choices for Restoring Riparian Corridors, Matt Ehrhart
3:00 New Research on Buffer Establishment Methods, David Wise
Questions? Please contact Lamonte Garber.