Biocontrol & Threatened and Endangered Species Amanda Stahlke1*

Integrated Woody Invasive Management Strategies: Perspectives from On-the-Ground Experiences 

Just Trust Me: Exploring and Understanding the Role of Trust in Collaborative Efforts

A Restoration Partnership at 5 Years: The White River Partnership

John Leary1*

Reintroduction of Beaver into Appropriate Habitat on BLM Land

Lessons Learned: Assumptions and Realities of Restoration Alongside the Beetle 

Sarah Sayles

Sarah Sayles, PhD, Executive Director, Gila Watershed Partnership

Taking Riparian Restoration Efforts to the Appropriate Scale 

Shannon Wadas 

Associate Director, RiversEdge West, Grand Junction, CO

Applying Satellite-based Habitat Models to Inform Riparian Habitat Restoration and Management Actions for Two Listed Riparian Species, the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher and the Yellow-billed Cuckoo 

  James Hatten1, Jennifer Holmes2, and Matthew Johnson3* 

Ecological Restoration with Tribes: Assessing Best Practices and Reflective Learning 

Nicholas Chischilly1*, Corrine Knapp2, Tom Grant III3, Wes Martel4, and Melanie Armstrong5 

Keynote Address: What’s Data Got To Do With It? Connecting the Dots Between Research and Practical Applications

Dr. Anna Sher