Cottrell-Baldwin Series: Trout Stream Restoration

FREE series! Pre-registration required to receive the Zoom link information.

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Streams and riparian forests are dynamic, changing dramatically over decades. Research in the last 30 years sheds light on the interconnections of streams and riparian areas as integral parts of stream ecosystems. Research demonstrates the importance of wood in streams to fish habitat and nutrient cycling and emerging information on the role of light on the productivity of stream ecosystems. Learn about research in NH and beyond on fish habitat, instream wood and what we may expect in the coming decades as our forests age. John will share stream restoration projects that use knowledge of stream and riparian processes to restore health to formerly degraded ecosystems.

Speaker: John Magee, Fish Habitat Biologist, NH Fish and Game Department

John Magee poses in front of a fish poster.
John Magee, NH Fish & Game

The 2021 Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series, "Restore, Protect, Connect," is co-sponsored by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and NH Division of Forests & Lands Caroline A. Fox Research & Demonstration Forest.

1.0 CEU is available for Category 1 forester license credit for licensed NH foresters attending this program