PROGRAM

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Field Trips

Post-conference field trips to a number of sites throughout Portland and the Lower Columbia Region will be offered on Friday, April 8. In order to participate in a field trip you must register for at least one day of the conference, and register for the specific field trip you wish to attend through the registration site. …

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Symposia

Click on a title to jump to the symposium description, or browse all symposia below. Northwest Forest Plan: Key Findings from the 20 Year Monitoring Reports Using Forest Restoration and All-Lands Management to Enhance Ecosystem Services Frontiers in Restoration: Complexity and Caution in Land Management Watershed Restoration: Bringing Together the Socio-Nature of Practice and Research …

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Plenary Sessions

The conference will include three plenary sessions in which regional speakers have been invited to address timely issues pertaining to monitoring and ecological restoration. Each of the speakers will address the conference theme from a different angle, with the goals of stimulating discussion among the conference participants and setting the stage for the technical sessions and symposia. …

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Program Schedule

Click here to view the Detailed Program Schedule View the Program Schedule “At-A-Glance” or search the Author Index General Schedule Outline Monday, April 4 Tuesday, April 5 Wednesday, April 6 Thursday, April 7 Friday, April 8 AM Workshops Plenary Plenary Technical Sessions Field Trips and SER North American Chapters Mtg AM Technical Sessions Technical Sessions PM Technical …

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Workshops

Several workshops will accompany the conference, and will take place on Monday, April 4 (see Program). In order to participate in a workshop, you must register for at least one day of the conference, and register for the specific workshop you wish to attend through the Registration site. Workshop details will be added as they become …

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