Open Day Agenda


 Welcome and Information


Masters of Ceremony: Dana Jacobson, Office of the Solicitor/Lakewood, CO & Dave Warburton, FWS/Bloomington, MN


Welcome, Introductions and Opening Remarks


Frank DeLuise, DOI Restoration Program Manager



  • Introduction, Background, and Overview, John Carlucci, DOI Office of the Solicitor/DC

  • Economic Methodologies, Bruce Peacock, National Park Service/Ft. Collins, CO

  • Technical Corrections and Compliance with Court Cases, John Carlucci

  • Q&A
Session Organizer: Steve Glomb, DOI Restoration Program


Ecosystems Services in the Context of NRDAR

Session Organizers: Mike Hooper, USGS BRD & Bruce Peacock, NPS



Issues and Next Steps on Restoration Up Front/Restoration Banking

Session Organizers: Ben Simon, DOI & Ted Maillett, FWS HQ


Restoration Monitoring

Restoration Success is best degined as meeting the goals set forth in a restoration plan, according those aims established at the project's initiation or through approaches developed as the restoration progressed. Success is not an automatic outcome of a restoration, but should demonstrated through post-restoration monitoring.

Session Organizers: Mike Hooper, USGS BRD & Sue Kennedy, DOI

 

Keynote:
Perspective on the Past, Present, and Future of the DOI Restortation Program

Wilie Taylor
DOI Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary– Policy and Program Management;
and Director of the Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance (OEPC)