Colorado Stream Restoration Network
The Colorado Stream Restoration Network was formed by CRA after the September 2013 flood to provide a forum for networking, learning, and advancing the practice of river restoration in the wake of the flood. CSRN workshops are typically half-day sessions held in Longmont, CO, covering topics related to the science and art of rehabilitating rivers (hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology, riparian ecology, aquatic ecology, risk management, water law, permitting, monitoring…).
The Colorado Stream Restoration Network has provided us with a great collection of their Network event presentations. Those presentations are available below.
April 2016 Workshop — Regulatory Red Flags, Updates and Lesson Learned from Flood Recovery Projects
Clean Water Act Permitting –Legal overview
404 Permits for Flood Recovery Projects
Endangered Species Act Consultation for Flood Recovery Projects
National Historic Preservation Act Consultation for Flood Recovery Projects
Boulder County Local Permits and Approvals
Colorado Water Conservation Board Flood Recovery Update
Migratory Bird Treaty Act Considerations for Flood Recovery Projects (coming soon)
August 2015 Workshop — Hydrology and Hydraulics
June 2015 Workshop — Riparian Vegetation
March 2015 Workshop — Aquatic Biology and Monitoring
(A number of the presentations from this workshop are being updated and will be re-posted at a later date)
Long Term Monitoring of Flood Impacted Wildlife Populations