From April through September 2015, North Carolina State University’s Stream Restoration Program will hold a series of workshops covering a wide range of topics related to streams and their restoration, including channel morphology and design, vegetation, aquatic insects, hydraulics, pollution, and ecology. Continuing-education credits are available for professional engineers, land surveyors, landscape architects and foresters.
The workshop schedule is as follows:
Apr. 1-3, Asheville: RC 101: Stream Morphology & Assessment.
May 6-8, Asheville: RC 201: Natural Channel Design Principles.
May 12-14, Raleigh, Goldsboro, and Beaufort: RC 522: Coastal Plain Tour & Evaluation.
Jun. 1-2, Banner Elk: RC 131: Assessment & Identification of Riparian Vegetation.
Jul. 8-10, Raleigh: RC 302: Hydraulic Modeling for Stream Restoration.
Sep. 15-17, Asheville: RC 161: Taxonomy & Pollution Ecology of Aquatic Insects.
Information for this post was provided by the Virginia Water Monitoring Council (VWMC). More information about the VWMC is available online at http://www.vwmc.vwrrc.vt.edu/.