RESTORATION LESSONS LEARNED – PART II
April 15-17, 2015
FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS
A three day symposium sponsored by the Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP) to be held at Fairmont Hot Springs Wednesday – Friday, April 15-17, 2015.
This symposium offers the chance for stream restoration practitioners to share their knowledge on restoration techniques used in contaminated areas, with a focus on restoration work conducted in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin. Speakers who have designed and managed restoration projects in contaminated riparian areas of the Basin will highlight lessons learned and the challenges of such work. While the theme focuses on restoration in contaminated areas, the lessons learned apply to floodplain restoration in general.
Registration will be limited to 150 participants. Register early to guarantee a spot.
The $150 registration fee includes:
- Transportation to field trips on Wednesday;
- Hors d’oeuvres Wednesday night;
- Thursday: Continental Breakfast; Lunch; Prime Rib Dinner
- Full Breakfast Friday
Register form on line here or by calling Kathy Coleman at 444-0229. Payment cannot be accepted on line. Registration will not be final until payment is received. Checks should made payable to “NRDP Conference” should be sent to:
Kathy Coleman, NRDP | PO Box 201425 | Helena, MT 59620
Lodging arrangement need to be made by the participants. Fairmont Hot Springs has block of rooms for the conference and this block will be held until February 15th. Make your reservations early. 1-800-332-3272