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Stream Compensatory Mitigation: Stream Restoration for Multiple Purposes

When:

May 2, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Where:

Webinar

RSVP:

  • Please REGISTER HERE for the webinar.  Contact Rebecca Kihslinger with questions.
  • If you are unsure if you can access the webinar via the GoToMeeting platform, please go HERE to view system requirements prior to registering.
  • All times noted are Eastern Time. There is no CLE for this course. Please note that a subsequent recording of this event will be posted on this page.

ELI is hosting a series of webinars on the policy, practice, and science of stream compensatory mitigation. Webinar topics are based on the findings and recommendations of the 2017 report Stream Mitigation: Science, Policy, and Practice and selected in coordination with an Advisory Committee of stream mitigation experts. The series will cover a range of issues from assessing stream functions and conditions to restoration approaches and long-term success of compensation projects. This ten-part series is funded by an EPA Wetland Program Development Grant.


Stream Compensatory Mitigation Webinar Series: Stream Restoration for Multiple Purposes

Stream compensatory mitigation projects offset permitted impacts to streams and can also yield significant ecologic benefits. Projects that leverage or integrate other programs can thus help to achieve other programmatic goals. This webinar will discuss stream restoration for multiple purposes, including endangered species conservation, water quality improvement goals, and natural resources damages restoration.

Panelists include:
Ruth Ladd, Mitigation Program Manager; US Army Corps of Engineers, New England District
Beth Bachur, Program Manager; US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District Corps
Andy Gregg, Partner, Legal Counsel; RestorCap

Materials:
Materials will be posted when they become available...

Additional Information/Resources:
Visit ELI's resource page, The State of Stream Compensatory Mitigation: Science, Policy, and Practice