WFC Presenting at San Juan County Natural Resource Data Workshop
WFC's Director of Science and Research Jamie Glasgow will be presenting at an upcoming San Juan County Natural Resource Data Workshop. The goal of this workshop is to share natural resource data with land managers, planners and land use practitioners. Jamie will be discussing WFC's San Juan stream typing work and corresponding data. WFC is engaged in providing science to guide effective land-use policy. See below for more info.
San Juan County Natural Resource Data Workshop - Using local inventories
Sponsored by the San Juan County Lead Entity for Salmon Recovery and
San Juan County Marine Resources Committee
Thursday, Feb 24, 2011
San Juan Island Fire Hall, Mullis Street, San Juan Island
10:15 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.
$10 registration fee payable at the workshop
10:15 Welcome: Lovel Pratt, San Juan County Council
10:30 Application of Data to Planning and Decision Making
Presentations on Local Data
11:00 Eelgrass and Kelp– Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans
11:30 Forage Fish Assessments– Dan Penttila, Salish Sea Biological
12:00 Stream Typing– Jamie Glasgow, Wild Fish Conservancy
12:30 Lunch Break, Refreshments Provided
1:00 Juvenile Salmon in our Nearshore- Eric Beamer, Skagit River System Co-op
1:45 Feeder Bluff Assessment– Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services
2:30 Shoreline Modification Inventory– Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans
*presenters subject to change
Please Plan to Attend
RSVP Early, Space is Limited!
Presented by the Lead Entity for Salmon Recovery
Please contact Barbara Rosenkotter for further information