2022 Riparian Forest Restoration Practitioners' Meeting
Who: This meeting, hosted by the Watershed Forestry Partnership, is geared toward practitioners and researchers working in riparian forest restoration and related fields. The sessions have a strong focus on practice and practical implications of recent research.
Where: Zoom (link will be sent to all registered participants prior to the event)
Please note: This meeting is structured much like a remote conference. Although we’d love to have you the whole time, attendance at every session during the course of the meeting is not necessary; attendees should feel free to come and go as their time and interest permits.
What: Over the course of two days, we will discuss a range of topics related to riparian forest restoration in the Lake Champlain basin (though folks working outside the basin are VERY welcome! Much of the content will be broadly applicable). Proposed topics include herbaceous invasive management, emerald ash borer (EAB) response, the role of mycorrhizae in restoration, in-stream restoration work, and more. A detailed schedule and agenda will be available by late February/early March. Registered meeting attendees will receive updates by email, and anyone can find the most recent meeting news and updates on the Watershed Forestry Partnership website.
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