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Wetlands Workshops

 
Below is information, materials, presentations, agendas, etc. from 2014, 2013 and 2010 workshops.
 

 

2014 National Wetlands Workshop
October 28-30, 2014
Denver, Colorado

Click here to download the agenda.

 

Developing Southwest Wetland Programs for Tribes — Monitoring, Assessing and Protecting Wetlands

Over 40 tribes attended the workshop hosted by Pueblo of Isleta on November 5-7, 2013 near Albuquerque, NM.

This workshop introduced tribes in the Southwest to the basics of how to identify, monitor and assess wetlands, set wetland program priorities and find program funding.
 
Thank you, Pueblo of Isleta, for hosting this event.
 
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Handouts provided at the 2013 Southwest Wetland Programs for Tribes
 
Wetland Macroinvertebrates Metrics
   - provided by Dan Mosley
 
Vegetation Metrics - provided by Dan Mosley
 
Other Macroinvertebrate Resources - provided by Dan Mosley
 
Hydric Soil Information - provided by Aaron Miller, USDA-NRCS
 
Presentations from the 2013 Southwest Wetland Programs Workshop for Tribes
Wetlands Resources: Cultural, Historical and Environmental Significance
   - Maryann McGraw, Mexico Environment Department
 
 
First Steps to Developing a Wetland Program
   - Toney Ott, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8
 
Development of the Wetland Program at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
   - Tommy Krebs, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
 
Southern Ute Indian Tribe Water Quality Program
   - Pete Nylander, Southern Ute Indian Tribe
 
Muscogee Creek Nation Wetland Development and Program Plan Project
   - Yvette Wiley, Muscogee Creek Nation
 
Wetland Biological Monitoring
   - Dan Mosley, Native Environmental Services
 
New Mexico Rapid Assessment Method (NMRAM) for Riverine Wetlands Introduction 2013
    - Elizabeth Milford, Natural Heritage New Mexico
 
   - Suzanne Marr, US EPA Region 9
 
   - Glenn Barnes, University of North Carolina, Environmental Finance Center
 
   - Shelly Barnes, New Mexico Environment Department
 
   - Lee Anna Martinez-Silversmith, Navajo Nation
 
   - Jeremiah Cuthair, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe
 
   - Scott Bulgrin, Pueblo of Sandia

 

2010 Fall National Wetlands Monitoring & Assessment Work Group (NWMAWG) Workshop

December 7-9, 2010
Raleigh, NC
Theme: Monitoring and Assessment to Support State and Tribal Wetland Protection
State and Tribal Wetland Regulatory Programs

Roundtable Discussion: Use of monitoring and assessment information in the development of a state wetland regulatory program
   - Michelle Henicheck, VA DEQ
   - Tammy Hill, NC DENR
   - Barb Scott, KY DOW: Kentucky 401 WQC Program
   - Mick Miccachion, OH EPA
   - Ted Walsh, NH DEC: 

Summary Presentation: John Mack, Cleveland Metroparks

Watershed Planning and Wildlife Management
   - Joanna Lemly, CO NHP: Statewide Strategies for Colorado Wetlands
   - Alison Rogerson, DE DNREC: Delaware’s Restoration and Protection in a Watershed Context
   - Ted LeGrange, NE Games & Parks: Rainwater Basin Wetland Ecology and History, Data Collection- Level 1 and 3 - How the data are being used
   
State and Regional Intensifications of the NWCA
   - Tom Bernthal, Wisconsin
   - Rick Savage, North Carolina
   - Ted LeGrange, Nebraska
   - Mike Bourdaghs, Minnesota
   - Kathleen Walz, New Jersey
   - Mike Ell, ND

NWCA Pre-Sampling Activities
Presenter: Dennis McCauley, Great Lakes Environmental Center
 
Pack'em, Track'em, Sack'em: NWCA Data Processing, Shipping and Information Management
Presenter: Michael Scozzafava, US EPA HQ
  
Preparation for the Field Trip
Presenter: Elizabeth Riley, EPA
 
ASWM Update on Mapping Coalitions
Presenter: Jane Awl, ASWM