CSP3106 - Wetland Assessment, Restoration and Management

Course CodeCSP3106
Course TitleWetland Assessment, Restoration and Management
DescriptionParticipants will assess degraded wetlands for restoration potential, develop and implement restoration plans and develop management plans for the specified wetland objectives. Through lectures, field work, and group activities the course will emphasize wetland ecology, wildlife needs, enhancement of wetland functions, conceptual design and implementation processes, structural and vegetative restoration practices, permitting requirements, control of nuisance and invasive species, and other management considerations. Course location will be selected to emphasize the following wetland types: bottomland hardwoods, prairie potholes and other depressional systems, riverine and managed seasonal wetlands. Course Objectives: -Evaluate degraded wetlands for restoration potential -Develop a wetland restoration design based upon onsite conditions -Manage wetlands for the intended objectives Target Audience: PFW Coordinators, Refuge Biologists and others who are involved in the assessment, restoration or management of wetlands.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$1,195.00
Instructional Hours36
Course Content ContactGary Schetrompf; gary_schetrompf@fws.gov; (304) 876-7255; gary_schetrompf@fws.gov
Curriculum CategoryHabitat Assessment Restoration and Management
Registration LinkLMS
College Credit NameSemester Hours
College Credit Value2
Extracted from DOI LEARN on12/19/2018 3:30:19 AM

Schedule:  CSP3106 - Wetland Assessment, Restoration and Management