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All projects related to fish passage and habitat are eligible. The project elements could include research, planning, design, outreach, education, implementation, and monitoring. Nominations must be submitted before March 15, 2017.
The winning project will be selected by the Fisheries Engineering Committee. Priority will be given to projects that have demonstrated effectiveness and fulfillment of restoration goals, as illuminated by a well-designed monitoring plan and system. We appreciate and emphasize nominations that are accompanied with monitoring data and reports which illustrate how the project met its objectives. The winning project is scheduled to be notified by May 1, 2017. Representative(s) of the project will be requested to receive the award at the Banquet for the 2017 Fish Passage Conference at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, and to provide a presentation of the project.
Where to find out more… How to make your nominations…
Please refer to the conference website for further information, follow-up instructions, and an electronic form for making your nominations.
Here is a link to the conference website:
Thanks and Best Regards,