Fish Habitat Restoration (FHR) is a two-day comprehensive review of Fish Habitat Restoration techniques and standard methods, including a focus on restoring off-channel habitats. The FHR course includes a ‘tool box’ approach to the many phases of fish habitat restoration planning, design, implementation and monitoring/maintenance. The FHR program is developed and will be delivered by two of Canada’s preeminent DFO fish habitat restoration biologists, who bring a combined 65+ years of fish habitat restoration experience.
The Fish Habitat Restoration course includes classroom-based presentations, exercises, case-studies and field review of existing FHR projects where course participants will learn first-hand how to plan, construct, monitor, evaluate and maintain a wide variety of restoration projects.
Note: The FHR course will be offered in a few select locations and dates in British Columbia where a variety of high-quality, existing restoration sites exist. This delivery strategy will maximize the participant’s learning through the ‘hands on’ review and inspection of field sites, field exercises and applicable case studies.
Each NRTG course includes free, lifetime admission. Enroll in a particular course, and reattend that course at anytime. Need to recertify? update field skills? new technologies? Contact us for details.
For more information and registration, please see course page here.