Low-Tech PBR Workshops

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We have worked hard through the Utah State Univeresity Restoration Consortium and with our many partners to deliver training to diverse audiences on low-tech process-based restoration. If you are looking for training for yourself or a small group, try our publicly oferred courses. The next Low-Tech PBR Intro Workshop will be taught in Logan, Utah from October 9-11, 2019 and is set to follow the Restoring the West Conference. For USU students, check the registrar’s list of courses for current courses. If you want to develop a custom workshop for your own audiences, please contact us.

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For participants of the SGI/NRCS/WLFW 2019 Low-Tech Riparian Restoration Field Workshop Series, see here for workshop materials.

Types of Training

We have taught over 25 workshops, short-courses and full semester long classes since 2010 on restoration. There are four ways in which we have offered this training:

  1. Semester-long courses through Utah State University Department of Watershed Sciences (WATS 6860 - Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design and WATS 5340 & 5350 - Capstone Restoraton Design)
  2. Short courses & workshops open to public enrollment administered through Utah State University Restoration Consortium and/or Geospatial Consortium
  3. Bespoke short courses & workshops open to public enrollment administered by other sponsor (e.g. River Restoration Northwest)
  4. Custom short course for private audience and paid for by sponsor (e.g. NRCS, USFS, UDWR)

Migration In Progress

Note that most of our past workshop pages for low-tech are hosted on the old Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design pages. We will be working on migrating that content to this site over the next 6 months. For now, for workshops from Spring of 2019 and prior, please refer to the old Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design pages.


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