RRNW Portland Speaker Series March 12th, Randy Reeve, senior fisheries biologist – Reeve Sherwood Consulting
Join us March 12th for the next installment of the Portland RRNW Speaker Series!
Speaker: Randy Reeve, senior fisheries biologist
Title:Tales from the Field: What have we learned in the past 30 years?
Where: NW Lucky Lab 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland, OR 97209
When: Tuesday, March 12th, 5:30 pm Networking, 6:00 pm Presentation
Join Randy Reeve who has been working on restoring rivers for over thirty years and has had the benefit of visiting his past projects to learn how rivers behave, react, and change in response to various interventions. He will share his insights on in-channel structures, woody material, fish and wildlife passage, dewatering and rewatering methods and other nuances of in-water construction. This will be an open and interactive discussion with audience members, we look forward to your questions.
Randy Reeve has had a career of firsts:
- He was the first ODFW BPA funded habitat technician in Enterprise where helped develop and direct habitat restoration projects and helped get several miles of streams fenced off from cattle and those streams now have over 60% shade.
- He was the first ODFW BPA funded supervising habitat bio 2 in the Pendleton area and was the lead writer for the Umatilla habitat restoration project and signed more landowners up to the program then Enterprise, LaGrande and John Day projects combined.
- He developed and ran the first radio tagging project on steelhead in the Siletz River and was able to close the upper Siletz basin above the falls to Coho, fall chinook and winter steelhead so the highly endangered summer steelhead could make a come back and they have. It is the only native population of summer steelhead on the Oregon Coast.
- He designed and constructed the first acclimation pond in the Siletz Basin and new Siletz winter steelhead broodstock program
- He was the first person ever to radio tag steelhead in Russia.
- He was the first ODFW / ODOT statewide coordinator and FHWA has flown him nationwide teaching construction avoidance measures and BMP’s
He is now semi-retired and has his own consulting business (Reeve Sherwood Consulting,LLC) where he designs fish and wildlife passage projects and helps design and construction companies obtain permits and does the fish salvage work associated with those projects.
This event is made possible by our sponsors Biohabitats. If you are interested in sponsoring future events please contact John (email@example.com).
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