|Topic(s):||Floodplain Management , Land Conservation , Restoration Science , Wetland Protection|
|Priority Issue(s):||Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation|
|Host Partner(s):||Grand Bay Reserve , Weeks Bay Reserve|
|Location:||Weeks Bay Reserve Resource Center|
|Date/Time:||3/11/2014 – 3/12/2014|
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. BY REGISTERING, YOU WILL BE PLACED ON THE WAITING LIST.
The Advanced Hydric Soils Class is designed to give participants experience with hydric soil evaluation using field indicators and to describe problem areas in the field. Participants will spend much of the total training time in the field where they gain hands-on experience with soil description, identification of hydric soil field indicators and examination of problem sites. Draft agenda here.
Forestry Professionals, Mitigation Bank Managers, Natural Resource Managers, State and Federal Regulators, Consultants, and Wetland Professionals.
Dr. Mike Vepraskas, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Soil Science and Dr. Dave Lindbo, Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator of Soil Science at North Carolina State University.