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1 February, 2011 Skamania Lodge Stevenson, Washington Tenth Annual Symposium LOOKING BACK AND MOVING FORWARD

2 KEN VIGIL President, River Restoration Northwest Welcome

3 How can we learn from the history of river restoration in the Northwest and beyond? What are we doing well and where do we need to make improvements? Looking Back

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5 How will we prepare to meet the challenging prospects that await us: global climate change increased urbanization population growth declines in species number and diversity increasing demands to develop wild lands and waters other challenges? Moving Forward

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7 WashingtonMontana British Columbia Yukon Territories IdahoOregon California Alaska RRNW Community

8 Landscape Architecture Geomorphology Fisheries Biology Ecology Water Resources Engineering Hydrology Geology Environmental Planning Taxonomy Other

9 Frank Groznik Landscape Architect Bern Klatte Fisheries Biologist Kelley Jorgensen Ecologist Anne MacDonald Geomorphologist Ken Vigil Water Resources Engineer Janine Castro Geomorphologist RRNW Leadership Presidents are diverse in background

10 Quality, Diversity, and Focus

11 380+ Attendees 24 Paid Sponsors How Many are Attending? - January 19 th Registration Numbers

12 Who is Attending? Bernd Cyffka Eichstaett, Germany Susan Gilson Washington, DC Lorne Fitch Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Bree McClenning College Station, Texas Karin Jacoby Kansas City, Missouri Doug Shields Oxford, Mississippi Jessica Kozarek Minneapolis, Minnesota Sue Niezgoda Terre Haute, Indiana James MacCartney Concord, New Hampshire Lily Hwang Carbondale, Illinois

13 Where do We Come From? Hood River Warm Springs Klickitat White Salmon Wenatchee Kamloops Sandy Kettle Falls La Grande Lake Oswego South Lake Tahoe Gig Harbor Eagle River Westbank Coeur d’Alene Cranbrook Siletz Walla Coquille Riverside Olympia

14 JERRY FRANKLIN, PhD University of Washington Professor of Ecosystem Science School of Forest Resources College of Environment Seattle, Washington Opening Address


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