Extension & Outreach

UPCOMING EVENTS

Course: Integrating Fish Passage in Watershed Restoration Plans: How to prioritize actions and monitor their effectiveness

PREVIOUS EVENTS

2017 International Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage (Fish Passage 2017)

2015 Fish Passage: The International Conference on River Connectivity Best Practices and Innovations

CIPRIBER: Congreso de Seguimiento de Proyectos de Restauracion Fluvial
June 1-3, 2015, Valladolid, Spain

River 2D
June 22-24, 2013, Holiday Inn Express Suites on the River, Corvallis, Oregon

Succeeding with a Dam Removal
June 23-24, 2013, Hilton Garden Inn, Corvallis, Oregon

International Conference on Engineering and Echohydrology for Fish Passage
June 25-27, 2013, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

Aquatic Organism Passage Workshop, June 28th, 2013, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis , Oregon

Round-table Discussion: Tidegate Designs and their Possible Environmental Effects, June 28, 2013, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

Workshop on Aquatic Organism Passage
Organized by the US Forest Service and the US Geological Survey, in collaboration with Oregon State University Extension Service.  Its goal is to develop guidelines for a national passage effectiveness monitoring protocol. This event took place in Portland, Oregon, in March 2010 and was by invitation only.

OSU Watershed Team Workshop – Watershed Restoration: Prioritizing Actions and Monitoring Outcomes

Third Darwin Training and Education Workshop – Effects of the introduction of Oncorhynchus nerka on the egg-fry survival of the native Salvelinus confluentus in Oregon (PDF Presentation). Third training workshop: Isotopic methods, assessment of trophic levels, diet and habitat overlap, competition

First Darwin Training and Education Workshop – Recurring impacts from non-persistent fish: perspectives on interactions between wild and artificially-produced salmonids (PDF Abstract). First International Workshop: Reducing the Impact of Exotic Aquaculture on Native Aquatic Biodiversity

West Coast Symposium on the Effects of Tide Gates on Estuarine Habitats and Fishes

Instream Gravel Extraction Symposium

Prioritization of Fish Habitat Restoration Projects

ODFW’S Methods of Aquatic Habitat Inventories and Data Analyses

Monitoring Habitat Resotration Projects in Interior Watersheds – How do we know that we are making a difference?