Free Stream Restoration Webinar by the Swamp School
This free webinar will introduce you to the Swamp School's newest workshop series that is designed to inform you on the latest stream assessmentand design practices used in the field today. It is a State of the Science workshop that combines online learning with hands on field experiences all from the comfort of your home or office.
New Stream Restoration Certification
Part 1 - Stream
Learn the geomorphic aspects of stream functions. This is an introductory level course and does not require any prerequisites to attend.
Part 3 - Stream
This workshop focuses on the biological features of the stream that are often overlooked in many other stream assessment techniques.
Part 2 - Stream Site Assessment Techniques
You will be studying a local stream, collecting data and running the calculations to describe the hydro-geomorphic features of your stream.
The certificate series is divided into five parts that build upon each other.
Part 4 - Stream
You will have an opportunity to use what you have learned in the first three parts to develop a sustainable natural channel design for your stream.
Part 5 - Stream
we will discuss the all-important aspects of how to maintain the stream restoration project over time. Targeted monitoring of key indicator features is an integral part of a stream restoration project.
Speaker and Instructor
Marc is the founder and one of the many highly trained instructors at the Swamp School.
"The instructor was great and made the class interesting and fun. He asked us what else we’d like to learn and focus on when we had a rain day and made it very educational.
WDT CR Nashville, TN"
"I am completely new to wetland delineation, so I learned a lot in this class. It was a wealth of information, and I am very grateful to the Swamp School for teaching me so much. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to turn my career in a new direction."
We've helped hundreds of students in their wetland studies!
Sign up today for a fun and easy to follow program on stream restoration.