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Salmon and Steelhead in Your Creek:
Restoration and Management of Anadromous Fish
in Bay Area Watersheds
Conducted Nov 14-15, 2001
James Moore Theater, Oakland Museum, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland, California
presentations here as a PDF file.
-The first day of the symposium focused upon sharing information regarding the status of the resource in the Bay area.
-The second day of the symposium focused upon restoration of anadromous fish runs.
Roster of Attendees: A
roster of those who registered for the symposium can be downloaded here as a PDF file.
The symposium was sponsored by the Center for Ecosystem Management and Restoration and the Oakland Museum, with the financial support from:
the William H. Donner Foundation, the Greenbelt Alliance, the California State Coastal Conservancy, Save the Bay, the As You Sow Foundation, the Alameda Creek Alliance, the Bay Institute, the Palo Alto Water Quality Control Plant, the Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association, Balance Hydrologics, Inc., and the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment.
Links to the web sites of these organizations can be found on the
CEMAR Supporters page.
For more information email
info "at" cemar.org