Riparian restoration is responding to sensitive species and habitat degradation as well as issues of ecosystem services, such as flood control, water quality, and recreation. The Coastal Training Program develops educational forums to increase our understanding of riparian restoration by: 1) networking practitioners so that they can learn from each other; 2) organizing workshops to highlight the latest science, technology, and practices; 3) organizing field trips to scientifically review and critique ongoing riparian projects, and; 4) maintaining a website dedicated to providing the latest science on riparian restoration.
Documents and Publications
|The Natural Flow Regime
Oct 27 05
|Poff, N. Leroy
Allan, J. David
Bain, Mark B.
Karr, James R.
Prestegaard, Karen L.
Richter, Brian D.
Sparks, Richard E.
Stromberg, Julie C.
|Describes aspects of riparian flow in understandable terms. This applies very well to riparian restoration, as we attempt to understand this aspect of our work.|
|California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual. Part XI: Riparian Habitat Restoration
Oct 26 05
|California Department of Fish & Game
Elkhorn Slough Coastal Training Program
|The Practical Streambank Bioengineering Guide
Oct 25 05
Hoag, J Chris
Interagency Riparian/Wetland Project USDA/NRCS
|The Practical Stream Bioengineering Guide is a user's guide to natural stream stabilization techniques for the arid and semi-arid Great Basin and Intermountain West. This guide was produced primarily for the professional conservationist who provides technical resource assistance to individual landowners. The goal of this publication is to provide an easy to understand guide for coordinators of riparian restoration projects.|
|NOAA Community-based Restoration Program
|Nov 10 05|
|The Center for Social and Environmental Stewardship is a leading organization in promoting cutting-edge stewardship and restoration
|Jan 05 12|