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Monday, September 14, 2020
12:00 am

Riparian Habitat Restoration for the Arid Southwest

Learn all the basics of habitat restoration, plus see case studies in the field that illustrate successful restoration projects as well as common mistakes. Instructor, Larry Sward, has spent more than 25 years exploring the natural history of southern California and works as a biologist in the private sector. https://wetlandtraining.com/course/rhr-aridwest/

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Pittsburgh, PA - 36-Hour Wetland Delineation Training

Founded on principles of science, education, and leadership, Gailey Environmental offers 36-Hour Wetland Delineation Training consistent with the United States Army Corps of Engineers Wetlands Delineation Manual, and in accordance with the applicable USACE Regional Supplement. This course will incorporate an equal mix of class and field time that will include basic vegetation identification, detailed review and discussion of wetland hydrology and hydric soil indicators, and proper completion of a Wetland Determination Data Form. This course is intended to provide students with a fundamental understanding of wetland delineation and the proper demarcation of wetland boundaries. This course is pre-approved for 2.6 semester hours towards the Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Wetland Scientist Certification Program. The course is taught by a Professional Wetland Scientist who lives and works in the region.

Class dates: September 14 - September 17, 2020

Location: Canonsburg, PA (Pittsburgh area)

https://www.gaileyenvironmental.com/training.html

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Plant ID: Wetlands & their Borders

Drumlin Farm Wetland Sanctuary

This course introduces students to plants common in and around northeast wetlands. Nontidal wetland species and upland border species are emphasized. The instructor will guide students through easy-to-use keys in his “Field Guide to Nontidal Wetland Identification.” Students will get hands-on experience working in small groups to identify these plants. The instructor, based on his vast knowledge, will give helpful hints for plant identification. A variety of wetlands will be visited to expose students to species characterizing typical wetland types in the region. This course is a good refresher for those individuals who need to brush up or for those who want to sharpen their plant identification skills.

Instructor: Ralph Tiner

Fee: $200.00

For more information or to register go to www.wetlanded.com or email Barbara@wetlanded.com

 

 

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