Road Drainage Workshop

Thanks to all of our Sponsors
Agenda
Start Date: December 8, 2011
Location: Heathman Lodge Vancouver, WA

Sponsored by:
Western Forestry and Conservation Association

8:30 The Big Picture: The Interaction Between Landforms, Roads and Hydrologic FunctionsStan Lubinus, Weyerhaeuser, Pe Ell, WA
9:30 Erosion Control in the FieldDave Roberts, Port Blakely, Tumwater, WA
10:00 Break
10:30 Surface and Cross Drainage DesignCurt Veldhuisen, Skagit River System Cooperative, LaConner, WA
11:00 Managing for Peak Flows, Debris and Washout PreventionJohn Seward, OR Dept. of Forestry, Roseburg, OR
11:30 Update on National Pollution Discharge Elimination Permits for Stormwater RunoffGreg Corbin, Attorney, Stoel Rives, Portland, OR (invited)
noon Lunch
1:00 Fish Passage Construction Fundamentals: Best Management Practices for Working In and Around Fish- Bearing WatersDon Pender, P.E. Environmental Engineer, WA. Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia. WA
1:45 Fish Passage Field Applications: Lessons Learned, Project Design and Costs, and What Works and Doesn’t WorkStephen Dillon, P.E., Hancock Forest Management Cathlamet, WA
2:30 Break
2:45 Case History: Importance of Stream Crossing Road Design and Maintenance on Debris Flow Prone StreamsJason Hinkle, Slope Stability Geologist, Weyerhaeuser, Portland, OR
3:30 Road Maintenance and New ConstructionSpeaker TBA
4:15 Road Drainage: Research Update and New Field Practices – Arne Skaugset, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
5:00 Adjourn

 

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