2022 Coast Salmon Partnership Meeting Schedule

The Coast Salmon Partnership board of directors meets on the 4th Thursday of the month. Meeting dates and locations are provided below. Unless otherwise indicated, the meetings will be held at the Aberdeen Timberland Library (Rosalie N. Spellman meeting room, 121 E. Market St, Aberdeen) from 10 am to 2 pm. Meetings are open to the public. Directions for virtual access are provided in the meeting agenda.

February 24, 2022 – Joint Meeting with Foundation

Online and Phone

April 28, 2022 – Regular Meeting

Online and Phone

June 23, 2022 – Regular Meeting

Aberdeen Timberland Library

(Virtual access option available)

July 28, 2022 – Regular Meeting

Aberdeen Timberland Library

(Virtual access option available)

September 29, 2022 – Special Meeting

9:00am – 10:00am

Coast Salmon Foundation Office

100 South I Street, Suite 103, Aberdeen WA

(Virtual access option available)

October 27, 2022- Annual Meeting

Hoquiam Timberland Library

420 7th Street, Hoquiam WA98550

(Virtual access option available)

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Conferences, Workshops and Training

Share your work. Grow your understanding. Network with colleagues.

September 28, 2022

6:00pm – 7:30pm

 

Skookumchuck Dam Webinar

September 28, 2022

The Office of Chehalis Basin (OCB) will hold a virtual webinar on Wednesday, September 28 from 6–7:30 p.m. to share the latest research, modeling, and key updates as it relates to its study of the Skookumchuck Dam.

The Skookumchuck Dam is over 50 years old, and the power plant it was built to serve is shutting down soon. OCB has been working with TransAlta (the dam’s owner), the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Quinault Indian Nation, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, and others to examine possible futures for the dam. 

The webinar will focus on OCB’s ongoing evaluation of the dam, and options to reduce downstream flooding, improve fish passage, or both. This could include adjusting dam discharges, modifying the dam’s structure, or completely removing it. 

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September 29, 2022

10:00am – 11:00am

 

Opening Outcomes of Restoration to a Stage 0 Condition: What Can We Expect?

September 29, 2022 – 10:00am – 11:00am

Join us for the September 2022 installment of PNW SciCast, a Webinar Series of the Pacific Northwest Research Station.  Restoration to Stage 0 condition is a relatively new approach to process-based floodplain restoration. The U.S. Forest Service and partners have completed a number of these types of restoration projects over the last 5 to 10 years. This webinar—presented by Becky Flitcroft (with the Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station), Bill Brignon (with the Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Region), and Lauren Mork (with the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council)—will provide a brief background on restoration to Stage 0, challenges and approaches to monitoring these projects, and an overview of monitoring data from a recently published manuscriptThe webinar will be followed by a Q&A session.

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Unable to attend the webinar live? A full, captioned recording of it will be posted on thePacific Northwest Research Station website

 

April 18-19, 2023

 

Salmon Recovery Conference 

April 18 – 19, 2023

Vancouver, Washington

The 2023 Salmon Recovery Conference will be held April 18 and 19 in Vancouver, Washington at the Vancouver Convention Center.  Abstracts for presentations and posters are being accepted September 5, 2022 — October 5, 2022. The theme of this year’s conference is A Shared Future which reflects the desire to hear broad community perspectives with regards to salmon recovery.

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