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Since 2010 ADF&G and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provide Fish Passage Workshops annually at no-cost to the participants. These 2-day workshops provide state-of-the-art information about the design and construction of fish-friendly culverts
Past presenters have included engineers, hydrologists, project managers and biologists from ADF&G, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and local non-profits. Topics included:
- Fisheries Biology,
- Alaska Fish Passage Regulatory Framework,
- Fish Passage Assessment,
- Intro to Methods of Design,
- Intro to Alaska hydrology and Geomorphology,
- Stream Simulation Design,
- Construction Considerations and
- Introduction to Fish Passage Models.
Periodically we also offer field trips to view planned and completed fish passage projects for workshop attendees.
Southeast Alaska’s 2014 Fish Passage Workshop
October 20-21, 2014, Juneau. The Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership, in association with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and other contributing presenters invite you to attend Southeast Alaska’s 2014 Fish Passage Workshop at the joint Alaska Chapter AFS/AWRA meeting October 20-21. Registration is online at the AFS registration website: http://www.afs-alaska.org/online-order-form. For more information please contact Neil Stichert, Juneau Fish and Wildlife Field Office at email@example.com or at (907) 780-1180.
You do not have to register for the AFS/AWRA meeting to take this free course.
Stream Simulation Design Approach for Providing Aquatic Organism Passage at Road-Stream Crossings
(PDF 235 kB),
May 5-9, 2014, Anchorage. Presented by the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and ADF&G. This 4.5 day workshop will present the U.S.D.A. Forest Service’s stream simulation method, an ecosystem-based approach for designing and constructing a channel through the road-stream crossing structure that reestablishes physical and ecological continuity along the stream corridor.
For more information please contact Angela Coleman: 907-288-7728, firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no cost for attending the workshops or the one day fieldtrips, please contact Gillian O'Doherty for information on scheduling and participation.