Salmonid Restoration Federation and Sanctuary Forest will be offering a Pond Planning and Groundwater Recharge Workshop and Tour on August 17 at the Beginnings Octagon in Briceland, CA. When: August 17, 2019 (workshop: 10am – 1pm, tour: 1-4pm) Where: Beginnings Octagon in Briceland, CA. Registration: Online advanced registration is $20 and includes lunch. Click here to register. Registration will also be available onsite, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. This workshop will focus on planning for improved winter water storage including ponds and groundwater recharge projects. Presentations include: Addressing Land Use Impacts to Restore Dry Season Flows and Foster Hydrologic Resiliency Tasha McKee, Water Program Director, Sanctuary Forest, and Sam Flanagan, Bureau of Land Management Summary of 6 years of Dry-season Instream Flow Monitoring Results in Redwood Creek and General Implications for Aquatic Habitat and Flow Enhancement Approaches Jay Stallman, Geologist, Stillwater Sciences Status and Summary of Groundwater Recharge and Flow Enhancement Project Design and Planning in Redwood Creek Joel Monschke, Engineer, Stillwater Sciences Rock Moisture and Runoff through the Critical Zone Jasper Oshun, Geologist and Professor, Humboldt State University Following the workshop, participants will visit the exciting Sanctuary Forest Baker Creek project. Register now to reserve your spot! We hope to see you there, and please help us spread the word. This promotional poster can be printed out and hung up in your community or place of work. Thank you!