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Adapting Your Stream Restoration Project to Climate Change

11am MT
 
To join the meeting on October 27th at 11 am MT, click below:
https://www.gotomeet.me/RiversEdgeWest/part2_adapting_to_climate_change
Access Code: 927-406-805
 
 

Main Steps and Considerations for Developing Stream Restoration that Will be Viable in the Long-term

 
Successful riparian restoration hinges on understanding the stream corridor, which consists of three main elements: stream channel (aquatic zone), floodplain (riparian zone), and transitional upland zone. 
 

Tamarisk Beetle Webinar

 

 


 

2021 Conference

Changing Rivers
 
Due to COVID-19, RiversEdge West's board of directors and staff have elected to move our 2021 Research and Management Conference to an interactive online format. The 19th Annual Conference will be held in a virtual collaborative format over the course of two weeks - from February 16-19, 2021, and February 23-26, 2021.
 

Virtual Lunch & Learn

Thank you to all who joined us for our virtual outreach event! A recording of the webinar is available below:

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Virtual Lunch & Learn
April 22, 2020 | 11 AM-11:45 AM Mountain Time
 
Join us online to learn more about why and how RiversEdge West works to restore riparian habitat across the West.

Fundraiser at The Feisty Pint

If you need to grab a pint the first week of February, make it a Feisty one!
 
10% of The Feisty Pint's profits all week go to support RiversEdge West during the week of our annual conference.
 
Be sure to tell your server that you are there for RiversEdge West.

Private Lands Interactive Workshop

 
Private Landowners are invited to join RiversEdge West for an interactive workshop and panel that will connect public land managers and private landowners; providing an opportunity to discuss projects, funding, and other resources as it relates to riparian (riverside) restoration on private lands.
 
Where:
Colorado Mesa University’s University Center -  East Ballroom
 
When:

Enter our Photography Contest!

 
Calling all amateur and professional photographers!
 
Submit your photo to RiversEdge West's Rivers in the Southwest Photo Contest and help RiversEdge West tell the stories of rivers. Submitted photos may be used in RiversEdge West's marketing and outreach materials, with proper credit given to the photographer.
 
Prizes include:
  • 1st Place: Two tickets to Raft the River ($160 value)
  • 2nd Place: REW hat (choose from four styles)

Rivers in the Southwest Photo Contest

 
Calling all amateur and professional photographers! Submit your photo to RiversEdge West's
Rivers in the Southwest Photo Contest
 
Help RiversEdge West tell the stories of rivers by sharing your photographs! Enter for your chance to win prizes. River images can also include people or wildlife. 
 
Submitted photos may be used in REW marketing and outreach materials, with proper credit given to the photographer.
 

Rivers in the Southwest Photo Contest

 
Calling all amateur and professional photographers!
 
Submit your river photos for possible publication in RiversEdge West's Annual Report!
 
Send us your favorite photos from your river adventures and you may find it in our next publication, with proper credit given to the photographer.
 
The deadline for submission is March 20, 2020.
 

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