D'Olive Watershed Restoration Workshop

D’Olive Watershed Restoration Workshop
March 7-8, 2018

City Hall Meeting Room

1705 Main Street

Daphne, AL 36526


Share restoration technologies and experiences among practitioners and scientists in order to optimize future restoration efforts for efficiency and effectiveness. Expected outcomes are increased competence and capacity among practitioners to complete successful restoration projects and increased networking among technical experts.


Agenda (PDF)

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

8:30 am           Check-in and Coffee
9:00 am           Welcome, Roberta Swann, Paul Lammers, Jon Porthouse
9:20 am           Project Status, Greg Jennings
9:30 am           Project Lessons Learned from Design & Construction Teams:
* Thompson, Suzanne Sweetser
* ISE, Wade Burcham
* GMC, Lee Walters
* Volkert, Andy James
* Mott MacDonald, John Peterson
* Streamline Environmental, David Smart
* North State Environmental, Riley Lecka
12:00 pm         Lunch
12:40 pm         Hydrology Update, John Curry
1:00 pm           Water Quality Monitoring, Marlon Cook
1:30 pm           Drone Monitoring and Floodplain Soil Development, Thorsten Knappenberger
2:00 pm           Break
2:30 pm           Vegetation Lessons Learned and Path to Success, Eve Brantley, Gena Todia, Ashley Campbell
4:00 pm           Adjourn Meeting
5:00 pm           Informal Networking: Bluegill Restaurant, 3775 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort

Thursday, March 8, 2018

8:30 am           Field Tour of Projects with Focus on Vegetation Management
12:00 pm         Adjourn



Online Registration

General registration: $200

0.9 hours of CEUs approved from Auburn University

Workshop Resources

Project Status

Thompson Engineering

Integrated Science and Engineering

Goodwyn, Mills, Cawood

Volkert Engineering

Mott MacDonald

North State Environmental


HydroGeology, LLC

Drone Monitoring

Riparian Vegetation Selection

Riparian Vegetation Monitoring and Maintenance

Sponsored by Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Clear Water Future, City of Daphne, City of Spanish Fort, Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Questions? Contact Eve Brantley, brantley@auburn.edu or Ashley Campbell, acampbell@daphneal.com