F session
Case studies

1:30 pm     
High Sediment Load Systems – Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable
Lucas Babbitt, PE, CFM, WaterVation, PLLC, Salida, Colorado

2:55 pm     
Adjusting to Channelization and now Climate Change: The Kankakee River Problem and Plan
Robert C. Barr, Center for Earth and Environmental Science, Department of Earth Sciences, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

2:20 pm    
15-Years of Kansas Stream Data Collection, Restoration and Stabilization Projects, A Summary of Lessons Learned
Brock Emmert, Watershed Institute, Inc./Watershed Land Trust, Inc., Topeka, KS

2:45 pm     
Minimizing Conflict – A Discussion of Lessons Learned for High Quality/Low Cost Stream Restoration Construction
Adam Nabors, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Millersville, MD 

3:10 pm    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

3:30 pm     
From Buyout to Restoration: The Chantilly Ecological Sanctuary at Briar Creek
Aaron Earley, PE, CFM, Wildlands Engineering. Inc, Charlotte, NC

3:55 pm
Down the Drain and Back Up Again: Urban Stream Restoration in Pittsburgh’s Four Mile Run Watershed (AKA M29 Sewer Shed)
Robert Stewart, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

4:20 pm
Restoration of Colorado Rivers Using Principles of Natural Channel Design: Fisheries Case Studies
Matt C. Kondratieff, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO

4:45 pm