Riparian Habitat Restoration for the Arid Southwest (2020)
How Does This Course Work?
The basics of habitat restoration/ replacement of functions and services for wetland and riparian areas are covered. On the first morning, the classroom session will cover the fundamental elements of site selection, preparation, and installation essential to successful restoration planning.
Field trips during the remainder of the course will center on case studies that illustrate how these elements come together to make a successful restoration project as well as common mistakes. Each participant will receive a copy of Wetland Mitigation: Planning Hydrology, Vegetation, and Soils for Constructed Wetlands as a reference. 16 contact hours.
Course tuition: $775.00
Your Course Includes
Free Reference Book
Includes a copy of Wetland Mitigation: Planning Hydrology, Vegetation, and Soils for Constructed Wetlands, an exclusive WTI publication.
Printed Lecture Notes and Electronic Resources
All participants receive a printed copy of lecture notes and electronic copies of essential electronic resources for reference.
WTI instructors are available to answer specific questions during and after your course.
Frequently asked Questions
Where is the specific location or venue for the course?
We finalize specific logistics once a course has reached minimum enrollment and is officially “confirmed.” Once confirmed, all registered participants will be notified of specific details so travel and other arrangements can be made as needed.
Will this course cover current Regional Supplements?
Yes, this course will address and use current Corps of Engineers Regional Supplements as appropriate for the course location.
Does this course have any certificates?
You will receive a certificate of completion with instructional contact hours documented once you have completed all course requirements.
|2020 Date||Location||Register by Location|
|September 14 – 15, 2020||San Diego, CA||Purchase Course|
What Our Participants Say…
Very impressed by instructors and their ability to easily convey this complex topic to classroom based on their experience. Told good and bad stories along with field tours to see the bigger picture.
It was a great overview of the principles of restoration. I learned info that will be useful in my job.
This 2-day in-person course focuses on the basics of habitat restoration/replacement of functions and services for wetland and riparian areas are covered. On the first morning, the classroom session will cover the fundamental elements of site selection, preparation, and installation essential to successful restoration planning. Field visits will demonstrate restoration case studies.