Iowa’s River Restoration Toolbox is a series of best management practices developed to assist designers in stream stabilization and restoration projects. The Toolbox was developed by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to assist Iowa designers and reviewers of stream stabilization and restoration projects by providing proven techniques that incorporate natural materials, such as logs, rocks, and live plantings. The toolbox training program is broken into two levels, each over a four-day period, that gives the participant an in-depth, hands-on experience.
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October 5-8, 2020: Level 2 Toolbox Training (Clive)
*You must complete Level 1 before registering for Level 2.
Due to COVID-19 we will be taking the following precautions. If we were to cancel, your registration fee will be reimbursed.
We care about your safety – and ours! While we are unable to completely eliminate all live classroom or fieldwork to offer a meaningful workshop, we will be taking the following precautions:
- Anyone exhibiting cough, sore throat, or fever symptoms should not attend sessions.
- One travel day has been eliminated from the 4-day event.
- All participants will be expected to practice >6’ distancing (12’ distance between speakers and participants).
- Masks for participants will be required during seminars. They should be accessible at all times and be used during fieldwork or any other time if a <6’ separation distance is anticipated between fieldwork team partners.
- Microsoft Teams will be used throughout the training for virtual collaboration and live attendance is optional, with the exception of the fieldwork portion of the training.
- Individuals can drive themselves to site visits.
- Hand sanitizer will be provided.
- Surfaces and equipment will be disinfected after use.
- All meals provided will consist of box lunches from a caterer.