Strategic Habitat Meeting 2019
Each year, the Alabama Rivers and Streams Network come together to share information and set an area of focus for the upcoming year. The 2019 SHU Meeting was held on January 15 in Andalusia Alabama.
Full Presentations are available to view and download below.
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Cawaco Supports the Alabama Rivers and Streams Network
2. US Fish & Wildlife Service Aquatics Listing Calendar
3. Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center
4. A Vision for Aquatic Restoration of the Coosa River-Southeastern Fisheries Council
5. Sediment Risk Index Internship Report
6. Priority Watersheds- The Nature Conservancy
7. Trispot Darter Survey- Geological Survey of Alabama
8. Fish Passage Project- Turkey Creek
9. Plan for Restoration & Recovery of Aquatic Species in Alabama
10. SHU-Relevant Research at the University of West Alabama- Michael Sandel
11. Watershed Work at the Geological Survey of Alabama
More about Cawaco’s partnership with the Alabama Rivers and Streams Network:
Cawaco RC&D provides administrative and project support to the Alabama Rivers and Streams Network. The Network is an informal group that shares information regarding:
- Information regarding threatened, endangered and at-risk species,
- Identifies cooperative opportunities for sampling or performing assessments, and
- Provides information regarding current and upcoming regulations and legislation.
Alabama Rivers and Streams Network is comprised of:
- US Fish and Wildlife Service
- Geological Survey of Alabama
- Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
- Alabama Department of Environmental Management
- Nonprofit Organizations
- Universities and Colleges
The US Fish and Wildlife Service contracted with Cawaco to host internships. Interns from the University of Alabama and University of West Alabama perform habitat surveys at stream road crossings. Learn more about the work performed by interns HERE.
The 2018 SHU meeting was held February 14, 2018 at the Central Alabama Electric Cooperative in Prattville, Alabama.
Links to the presentations are below: