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Fish Habitat Restoration – Instream Techniques

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Format: 1) Online OR 2) Online and field training


Acquire the skills and expertise to successfully conduct and manage an instream restoration project specific to low-gradient stream environments. In this two-day online course, participate in interactive activities including presentations, case studies and group discussions – bring your own real-life habitat restoration (FHR) case studies and project specifications to our discussions.


  • Identify types of instream fish habitat restoration options and methods
  • Identify and apply stream hydrology and river engineering principles
  • Conduct a preliminary reconnaissance for a potential instream FHR project
  • Identify key biological factors to consider and incorporate into FHR planning
  • Identify and contrast physical design considerations and project selection criteria for in-channel restoration techniques, and in-stream habitat offset and compensation/mitigation projects
  • Evaluate the functionality of rehabilitation projects
  • Identify sources of funding
  • Identify key scheduling considerations for a Fish Habitat Restoration project

This Course Includes

  • Free, lifetime access


  • Access to a computer and the Internet

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Course NameFish Habitat Restoration - Instream Techniques - Online, January 25-26, 2024
Course DatesJanuary 25, 2024 - January 25, 2024
  • Jeff Sereda, PhD.
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