State of the Willamette
River Habitat Restoration Practice, Science and Funding
A workshop for Willamette Basin restoration partners to share perspectives on the current state of river restoration practice, science, funding, and ways to improve restoration outcomes from local to regional scales.
2020 State of the Willamette Agenda
Ken Bierly, former OWEB – Dance with the Willamette River
Stan Gregory, OSU – Charting a Course for Conversation and Restoration of the Willamette River
Willamette native fishes: emerging science and monitoring findings
Luke Whitman, ODFW – Native Spring Chinook and Winter Steelhead in the Upper Willamette River
Hannah Barrett, OSU – Investigating Thermal Refuge Use by Willamette River Coastal Cutthroat Trout
Brian Bangs, ODFW – Oregon Chub (and Other Off-Channel Habitat Fish)
Greg Taylor, USACE – Salmon Response to Temperature
Floodplain/channel habitats, connectivity and complexity: on-the-ground experiences and science perspectives
James White, USGS – Where, When, and How Much Salmonid Habitat is Available on the Willamette River?
Jed Kaul, Long Tom Watershed Council – Floodplain Reconnection at Snag Boat Bend, Where There is a Will, is There a Way?
Laurel Stratton and Krista Jones, USGS – Water Temperature and Coldwater Refuges in the Willamette River Basin.
Collin McCandless, Calapooia Watershed Council – Construction Ahead, Proceed With Caution
Floodplain and riparian forests: on-the-ground experiences and science perspectives
Matt Blakeley-Smith, Greenbelt Land Trust – Large-Scale Floodplain Revegetation
Joan Hagar, USGS – Birds as Indicators of Riparian Health and Function
Agency/funder goals, programs, policies and perspectives
- Anne Mullan, NOAA
- Greg Taylor, USACE flow management
- Rich Piaskowski, USACE fish passage, BiOp, EIS
- Lawrence Schwabe, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
- Andrew Dutterer, OWEB
- Kelly Reis, ODFW