The poster session and social hour will be held from 5-6:15pm on Monday, October 29th in the second floor dining room. Beverage samples from Castle Danger Brewery and appetizers will be provided. The session will be a great way to learn about recent and ongoing research, stream restoration successes and failures, innovative approaches to stream restoration, and to discuss the day’s content. Posters will address one or more of the following:
Holistic stream restoration, engineering, or monitoring practices
Watershed assessment and restoration or protection prioritization methods
Novel research concerning the ecological and biological components of watershed health related to restoration implementation
Adaptive implementation and management tools for resource managers and decision makers
Strategies and tools to address future uncertainty and challenges affecting stream restoration projects
Poster Presenter Instructions Poster presenters are required to be present at their poster during the poster session to engage viewers and answer questions. Four feet tall, eight feet wide poster stands and adhesive will be provided to display posters. You have the full 4’ x 8’ space available but should fill a minimum of 3’x3’ with content and the text should be easily readable by the viewers. Please provide PDF versions of the posters to Ben Nicklay by Friday, November 2nd so they can be included in the conference proceedings on the website.
The poster session and social hour will be held on Monday October 29th from 5 – 6:15pm in the second floor dining room. Since the dining room will be used for breakfast and lunch on Monday, the poster boards will be placed on the mezzanine outside the dining room for casual viewing on Monday. Please hang your poster up during the Monday morning break (10-10:25am) so they can be displayed during the day. Conference staff will move the posters into the dining room during the Monday afternoon break. Plan to be at your poster for the duration of the poster session from 5 – 6:15pm. After the poster session, the poster boards will either be taken down or moved to the main conference room for more casual viewing depending on space.
This Conference is held by Laurentian RC&D; and is funded in part by Federal award NA17NOS4190062 under the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, administered by the Office for Coastal Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce granted to Laurentian RC&D by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program. Copyright 2018. All rights reserved. Website photo's supplied by MNDNR unless otherwise noted.