D session
Watershed scale planning & Restoration;
Wetland Stream & FLOODPLAIN connection

Watershed Scale Planning & Restoration
8:30 am     
Improving Aquatic Connectivity for Compensatory Mitigation in New Hampshire
Cheryl Bondi, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Wetlands Bureau Mitigation Program, Concord, New Hampshire

8:50 am     
The Rebirth of the Little Coal River
Thomas F. Elkins, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

9:10 am    
Watershed Scale Planning and Construction of the Upper Ohio and Tuscarawas Stream Mitigation Banks at Faith Ranch
Conner Smith, P.E., Hull & Associates, Inc., Dublin, Ohio

9:30 am     
Prioritization of Stream Restoration Reaches as Part of a Watershed Assessment
Brett Schrey , Stantec, Laurel, MD

9:50 am   
Measuring the Success of Restoration on the Savage River and Its Tributaries
Will Postlethwait, Civil and Environmental Consultants, Bridgeport, WV

10:10 am    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

Wetlands, Streams & Flood Plain Connection
10:30 am     
Getting It Right in the Coastal Plain: Challenges and Constraints Associated with Restoring Stream Channels in the Western Coastal Plain of Maryland
Karen Jennings, Anne Arundel County, DPW, Watershed Protection and Restoration Program, Annapolis, MD

10:50 am     
Improving Hyporheic Flow in Restoration Design
Grant Ginn, PE, Stantec Consulting, Asheville, NC

11:10 am
Reconnection of Old Womans Run to Constructed Forested Wetlands through Strategic Levee Breaches
Laura Kelm, GreenVest, LLC, Annapolis, MD

11:30 am     
Semi-Dynamic Cross Section Design - Creating Stable Fish Passage while Encouraging Riparian Encroachment
Michael Thompson, Biohabitats, Inc., Baltimore, MD

11:50 am     
Finding a Balance Between Stream Restoration Goals and Floodplain Regulations
Brett Long, PE, Biohabitats, Baltimore, MD

12:10 pm     

12:10 pm   
Lunch Provided