NRDAR National Workshop Presentations

Note: The information, views, and opinions expressed in the presentations are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ORDA, the Department of the Interior or any agency of the U.S. government.

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Open Day Presentations made at the 2016 NRDAR National Workshop in Phoenix, AZ

SONS Overview:

Spill of National Significance (SONS) Drill – Mark Huston, Office of Restoration and Damage Assessment, Washington, DC

Partnering among Tribes and other Governments and Organizations:

Panel Discussion: NRDAR 101 from a Tribal Perspective and Why partnering with tribes early in case development is important – Rose Ferri, Yakama Nation, Union Gap, WA; Kathleen Welch, Wyandotte Nation, Wyandotte, OK; Barbara Tarbell, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, Akwesasne, NY; John Privitera, Tribal attorney for St. Regis Tribe, Albany, NY 

Restoration of Impaired Ecosystems: An Ounce of Prevention or Pound of Cure?:

Restoration Monitoring:


Open Day Presentations made at the 2014 NRDAR National Workshop in Phoenix, AZ

Planning, Partnering, & Restoring in the Face of an Uncertain Future Climate:

Ecosystem Services:

Tribal Restoration:

International Restoration & Innovative Partnerships:

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