Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)

Habitat Site Restoration


This 2-day course provides participants first with a broad overview of Site Restoration/Mitigation, and then expands to an examination of specific steps used for innovative restoration and mitigation planning and implementation, applicable to western North America.

  • Realistic Restoration/Mitigation Goals
  •   Background Research into Historic and Expected Site Conditions
  •   Regulatory and Planning Issues to Address
  •   Considerations of unanticipated effects (erosion, mosquito populations in created wetlands, drought/flooding, outside influences)
  •   Soil/Water Needs of Selected Vegetation
  •   Restoration/Mitigation Planning
  •   Responsibility of Participating Parties
  •   Pre-Restoration/Mitigation Implementation – Measures and Considerations
  •   Best Management Practices
  •   Estimations of Costs
  •   Implementation Monitoring
  •   Restoration/Mitigation Materials and Methods Selection
  •   Maintenance Methods, Anticipated and Unanticipated
  •   Development of Practical Monitoring Requirements
  •   Monitoring Techniques
  •   Performance Standards – What Can Be Realistically Expected.
  •   Protecting Your Investment: Measures for Long-Term
  •   Success of the Restoration/Mitigation Project

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