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  • Slide 1 - UTAH RIPARIAN TEAM 2008 and 2009 Accomplishment Report Presentation
  • Slide 2 - Acknowledgements 2008-2009 Active Utah Riparian Team Members and Coordinators: Mark Petersen (Co-Team Lead) Kevin Wright George Cruz Rick Hopson (Agency Coordinator) Shane Green Norm Evenstad Paul Curtis MIM Training Support: Steve Smith, Tim Burton and Erv Cowley PFC Training Support: Janice Staats, Wayne Elmore, Steve Leonard, Don Prichard, Dave Smith, and Mike Lunn Contracting Support: Carol Connolly
  • Slide 3 - 2008 Summary Facilitated and hosted MIM Training in Evanston Wyoming and Rich County, Utah. Participated in Antimony Creek (USFS) PFC Training and Assessment with the NRST. Cedar City, Utah MIM Training with Assistance of Ervin Cowley. Team Leader attended PFC Train the Trainer Training with the NRST, Temple, Texas. Participated in the Flashy and Intermittent Stream Systems PFC Training and Assessment with the NRST, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Utah. East Fork Sevier River Restoration Service Trip, Antimony, Utah Big Creek, Rich County, Utah
  • Slide 4 - 2009 Summary Sevier River Assessment of Stream and Riparian Conditions using SVAP and PFC w/ low level video and high res aerial photo Bear and Birch Creeks MIM Implementation Training, near Cedar City, Utah. Multiple Indicator Monitoring (MIM) Implementation Training, in Rich County, Utah. Implemented a PFC Training of Riparian-Wetland Areas in Moab, Utah. Pine Creek MIM Stations on BLM and USFS to evaluate different grazing management practices on Bonneville cutthroat trout habitat. Tusher Wash, Moab, Utah
  • Slide 5 - Pine Creek Pine Creek, USFS Pine Creek, BLM
  • Slide 6 - What Impact did the Team have in 2008-2009? Provided training to a large number of non-federal entities including local counties, various Utah Conservation Districts, Utah State Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands, Utah State University, Intermountain Center for River Restoration and Rehabilitation, consultants, NGO’s as well as some federal agency representatives including BLM, FS, and NRCS. Trained a lot of people that would have not been able to attend training if we had not traveled to them. Provided a needed quantitative monitoring training through MIM. Diverse Participation
  • Slide 7 - What worked? Support from MIM developers and NRST to assist with specific trainings such as MIM and Flashy and Intermittent Stream System PFC. Active coordinators, leadership, and team participation. Providing training at local locations where training is needed without incurring travel costs for the participants. MIM training followed up with MIM implementation training. Paria River, Utah MIM Implementation Training
  • Slide 8 - What did not work? Has to be a Team effort with communication and coordination being a two way street not a one way. Not having a clear understanding of the Creeks and Communities Strategy and knowing how to clearly define and explain it. Having individuals participate in trainings that no matter who talked with them or tried to convince them they were not interested in what we had to share. Cow Pie Nest Steve Smith doing his best!
  • Slide 9 - What would we do again or differently? “Do the things that worked again and not do the things that didn’t (duh)!” Mark Petersen Try to implement PFC training followed by MIM training and finally MIM implementation training in the same geographic area. Try to get as much Team participation and communication as possible. Combined training with MIM developers and NRST. Bear Creek, Utah NRST /Utah Riparian Team
  • Slide 10 - What was our biggest challenge? TEAM PARTICIPATION! Not necessarily a high “work” priority since members involvement is on a volunteer basis. Need more support from the agencies leadership to acknowledge the value of the State Teams and make sure the employees are encouraged and supported to participate. Wayne Elmore
  • Slide 11 - How are we operating differently? Active coordinators and leadership. Really making an effort to offer MIM training and implementation into our program. The MIM Crew – Tim, Steve and Erv
  • Slide 12 - How to advance the Creeks and Communities Strategy in Utah? Develop a better Team understanding of the Creeks and Communities Strategy. Incorporate the Creeks and Communities Strategy into existing riparian opportunities. Colorado River Tamarisk Treatment Assessment

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