H session
Monitoring to Improve Restoration projects;
living Shoreline Implementation;
and Diversity & Ethics in the Stream Restoration field

Monitoring to Improve Restoration Projects
1:30 pm     
Evaluating Design Decisions based on Monitoring at Meadowbrook Park
Shannon Lucas, KCI Technologies, Inc., Sparks, MD

1:50 pm     
Linking Stream Restoration Success with Watershed, Practice and Design Characteristics
Urban Withers, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

2:10 pm  
Age-Old Question: How to Define and Measure Success for River Restoration Projects?
Dani Wise Johnson, Blueline Environmental

2:30 pm   
Monitoring Data Helps Practitioners Plan, Design & Evaluate Functional Uplift in Urban Stream Restorations
Chris Ruck, Fairfax County Department of Public Works & Environmental Services, Fairfax, VA

2:50 pm    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

Living Shoreline Implementation; and Diversity & Ethics in the Stream Restoration Field
3:10 pm 
Cedar Haven Living Shoreline: An Example of The Benefits of Stabilizing Tidal River Shorelines
Ingrid Bauer, PE, Straughan Environmental, Inc., Columbia, MD

3:30 pm    
Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Mitigation for the Bonner Bridge Replacement Project
Randy Boyd, PE, Atlantic Reefmaker, Wilmington, NC

3:50 pm     
Shoreline Protection of Historic and Coastal Resources at Brunswick Town/ Fort Anderson
Phillip Todd, Atlantic Reefmaker, Wilmington, NC

4:10 pm     
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices in Green Infrastructure Training Program
Adam Angel, Latin American Youth Center, Washington, DC

4:30 pm    
Ethics in the Ecosystem Restoration Industry:  Fighting Against the Current
William “Scott” Hunt, III, PE, Ecosystem Planning & Resroration, Raleigh, NC

4:50 pm