Suisun Marsh in the 21st Century: A Landscape of Change & Opportunity
A symposium presented by the Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture at UC Davis (CABA) and sponsored by the Delta Stewardship Council and the Center for Watershed Sciences
- Opening Presentation
- Stuart Siegel - Suisun Marsh Today
- Amber Manfree - Historical Ecology of Suisun Marsh
- Chris Enright - Challenges & Opportunities for Restoration at the Landscape Scale
- Brenda Grewell - Marsh Vegetation: Ecology & Trends
- Greg Yarris - Trends In Waterfowl & Other Birds
- Teejay O’Rear - Aquatic Ecosystem Trends
- Jim Starr - The Suisun Marsh Habitat, Preservation & Restoration Plan
- Peter Moyle - Alternative Futures for Suisun Marsh overview
- Peggy Fiedler - Commentary
Suisun Marsh, a large brackish wetland in the San Francisco Estuary, has been actively managed for conservation since 1976. Its potential to serve as a refuge for multiple species is increasingly important. This event will bring together regional experts to share information and discuss future management. Please join us for this free, informative event.
There will also be an afternoon workshop to discuss each topic in-depth. Space in the afternoon focus groups is limited, and participants will be chosen to achieve a balance of backgrounds and interests. Please contact Amber Manfree at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating in a focus group.