May 1-2, 2019
Auburn University
109 CASIC Building
559 Devall Drive, Auburn, Alabama

Auburn University Parkerson Mill Creek Rugby Reach: Stream Workshop Assessment Site

Instructor:  Greg Jennings, PhD, PE, Jennings Environmental PLLC

This 2-day workshop includes classroom and field learning experiences on the topics of applied fluvial geomorphology and stream restoration.  Participants will learn field stream assessment to evaluate channel and floodplain morphology, stability assessment, and restoration potential.  Presentations and field tours of local stream restoration projects will describe restoration techniques for urban streams and how to measure post-restoration geomorphic conditions.  Participants will gain an understanding of key design parameters including bankfull channel dimensions, entrenchment ratio, riffle-pool sequences, and hydraulic parameters including discharge and shear stress.  Other restoration components to be evaluated on local projects include in-stream boulder and log structures, stream bank revetments, and native riparian vegetation.

Thank you to our sponsors: Motz Enterprises, Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Online Registration

General Registration $475
Government / Non-profit Registration $275

This workshop will be approved for 1.2 CEUs from Auburn University

Day 1
8-8:30 am Registration
8:30 am – noon Classroom Presentations:
Introduction to stream and floodplain morphology assessment
Stability assessment
Restoration potential

1-5:00 pm Field Stream Assessment: Auburn University Campus

Day 2 
8:00 am – noon Classroom Presentations:
Overview of key design parameters
In-stream structures
Stream bank revetments
Native vegetation

1-4:00 pm Field Stream Assessment: Moores Creek, Lanett and Valley, Alabama

4 pm Adjourn

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Moores Creek, Lanett, Alabama
Parkerson Mill Creek, Auburn University, Alabama

This workshop is in support of the Moores Creek Watershed Implementation project partially funded by a Section 319 grant from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management and US Environmental Protection Agency Region IV

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