This is a reminder of our upcoming this coming Wednesday, April 16th Life History Workshop from 9am-4pm in Wenatchee, WA at the CTC (http://www.ncwctc.com/). See the agenda here. Please email Greer Maier with any questions.

Registration is not required but please indicate if you are coming at:http://whoozin.com/WHH-C9W-XJF7 so that we can get an initial head-count for food and seating.

The intent of the Upper Columbia Life History Workshop is to provide participants with current information about general life history patterns that have been observed across the region as well as specific information on habitat use in each of the four subbasins (Wenatchee, Entiat, Methow, and Okanogan). The core audience for the workshop is project sponsors, monitoring program representatives and researchers from the region, the Regional Technical Team (RTT), and Citizen’s Advisory Committee members (CAC), although the workshop will be open to anyone who wishes to attend. The key questions addressed in the workshop will be:

  1. What do we know and what do we not know about the freshwater life history and habitat use of spring Chinook and steelhead in the Upper Columbia?
  2. What are the applications and implications of life history patterns and habitat use to habitat projects and recovery plan implementation?

Information will be shared through informal panels, presentation, and discussion. There will be ample time for questions and discussion among participants. The proceedings of the workshop will be captured and summarized for future use.

Please forward this on to anyone interested in attending and we look forward to seeing you next week!