The Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership is hosting a workshop to bring together IMW stakeholders to discuss results and lessons learned from a decade of IMW research and strategize for future success. The two day workshop will be a mix of panel discussions, presentations, and smaller work group sessions. We hope you can join us!
- Foster communication and the sharing of information between IMW stakeholders
- Discuss how IMW results are being used by regulatory and non-regulatory entities
- Share results and lessons learned - what works and what doesn’t work
- Develop an action plan to better connect stream restoration, monitoring, and policy
View the Final Workshop Agenda
Who Should Attend?
Restoration practitioners, IMW implementers, and policy makers interested in improving the connection between IMW science and policy.
Because of the highly interactive nature of the workshop we are strongly encouraging in-person attendance. There will be a phone bridge and WebEx for Day 1 only; there is no need to register if you plan to attend remotely.
If you plan to attend in person, please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pnamp-intensively-monitored-watersheds-workshop-tickets-27473308405. Thanks to generous donations from workshop sponsors, there is no registration fee for the workshop; however, there is limited seating, so you must register by October 24th to reserve your spot.
If you are traveling from out of town, we have a block of rooms reserved at the FY17 government rate of $169.00/night. To make a reservation visit https://resweb.passkey.com/go/watershed, or contact the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront at 503-226-7600; ask for the "IMW/Intensively Monitored Watershed" rate. You must reserve by October 1st to receive the discounted rate.
If the Marriott room block is fully booked, there are several other hotels in the area that offer the FY17 government rate. Here are two of the closest options...
Hotel Modera- http://www.hotelmodera.com/ (Map)
Hotel Rose Portland - http://www.hotelroseportland.com/ (Map)
Questions? Contact Amy Puls (firstname.lastname@example.org)