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SESSION E
Lessons Learned through Successes and Failures

Moderator:  Angela Greene Gragg, Resource Institute, Boone, NC
Location:  Elk
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1:30 pm
Less is More: Sustainable Practices and Methods in Stream Restoration, Design and Construction
— Rich Berkey, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD
Berkey’s Presentation

2:00 pm
Restoring the Big Thompson River – Challenges of Post-Flood Restoration in the Big Thompson Canyon
— T.C. Dinkins, Stantec, Fort Collins, CO
Dinkins’ Presentation

2:30 pm
Incorporating Riparian Functions into Environmental Analysis and Monitoring
— Ron Beane, ERO Resources Corporation, Denver, Colorado
Beane’s Presentation

3:00 pm  Break

3:15 pm
The Development and Application Of Uniform Zones in Riparian Restoration: A Means of Increasing Resolution in the Design Phases and Enhancing Success in the Construction Phases
— John Giordanengo, AloTerra Restoration Services, LLC, Fort Collins, CO
Giordanengo’s Presentation

3:45 pm
Using Strategic Plantings to Increase Riparian Revegetation Success: Lessons from Research on the Encampment River, Wyoming
— Randy Walsh, Stantec Consulting, Ft. Collins, CO
Walsh’s Presentation

4:15 pm
Why Pre-qualification is Needed for Stream Restoration Construction
— Phillip C. Todd, River Works, Inc., Raleigh, NC
Todd’s Presentation

4:45  pm  Wrap-Up and Discussion

5:00 pm Adjourn

6:00 pm  Reception at the Salt Creek Steakhouse