Drought, Resilience, & the North Coast Symposium, March 7, Fortuna

Drought, Resilience, & the North Coast

River Lodge Conference Center
1800 Riverwalk Drive
Fortuna, CA 95540
March 7, 2014, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

The 2014 Eel River Symposium; Drought, Resilience & the North Coast is focused on our current drought and how people can live with increasing climate extremes in ways that leave room for fish and wildlife.

Join us for in-depth presentations and discussions of the North Coast’s changing climate and weather, what fish need from our rivers and streams, and cutting-edge practical ideas about how people can live on the land without putting extra burdens on our already threatened coho and steelhead.

Speakers include; Mike Furniss, geomorphologist focused on watershed management and climate vulnerability assessment; Bill Trush, geohydrologist and chair of HSU’s River Institute; Darren Mireau, regional manager of CalTrout; Tasha McKee, executive director of Sanctuary Forest, and more!

Your registration of at least $20 covers coffee and morning snacks, a catered lunch, and a portion of our expenses