Landscaping for The Watershed

Landscaping for The Watershed

1537 Webster St.,

Sponsored By The Bay Area Watershed Network

The purpose of this workshop is to share information on stream restoration, green stormwater projects, and public and private area landscaping strategies to meet differing project objectives for water conservation, stormwater treatment and habitat creation. We invite the participants to share their experiences along with the planned  speakers.

Speakers Program:

Mike Lynes: Golden Gate Audubon Society:
How To Support Bird Habitat in Riparian Planting Projects

Joshua Fuller: National Marine Fisheries Service
Restoration Design Needs For Salmonids  in Stream Corridors

Eric Bernsten: California State Water Resources Control Board, and Diana Dunn
The Watershed Project.

A survey of LID Landscape Based  Strategies and Construction and Planting Guidance for Green Stormwater Projects

Laurette Rogers Project STRAW,  and Isaiah Thalmayer Point Reyes Bird Observatory
Case Studies: Riparian Restoration in Suburban Environments

A.L. Riley: San Francisco Bay Water Resources Control Board
Records from San Francisco Bay Riparian Restoration Projects: Plants that Survive and Plants With High Mortalities

Juliana Gonzales: The Watershed Project
Got Trash? Trash Monitoring Protocols for Water Quality Monitoring Programs

Teresa Eade: StopWaste.Org
Bay Friendly Landscaping 

Kat Sawyer: The Watershed Project
Adding Rain Water Catchment to Your Projects

Harold Appleton: Prunuske-Chatham Inc.
Lessons From Riparian Restoration Projects on Ranch Lands and Rural Settings

Please send an email to A.L. Riley ( to reserve a seat.  Space is limited so please send in reservations quickly if you are interested, even if you only can attend for part of the day.

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