The workshop will feature a half-day symposium starting a 2 pm on Friday (the 7th) and tours of local restoration sites on Saturday, exploring the ecology and conservation of fish native to the Tahoe Basin and eastern Sierra regions of California and Nevada.
- Tentative speakers include Dr. Mary Peacock, Dr. Sudeep Chandra, Tom Taylor, Gary Scoppettone, Theresa Cody, and Zachary Bess, among others.
- There is no charge for the Workshop.
- This event is open to aquatic ecologist of all life history phases (student-working-retired).
- We have reserved space at Camp Richardson Campground on Friday and Saturday nights (cost will be split amongst those staying in the reserved site). Please bring your own camping equipment.
- A Welcoming Social will be held Friday evening at the Taylor Cabin on Fallen Leaf Lake.
- Dinner will be provided September 7, but bring your own foo
d for other meals
- The Workshop starts at 1 pm at the Camp Richardson Boat House.
- Bring snorkeling gear if you want to investigate Tahoe fishes in local streams or in the lakes. Water temperatures in September will be moderate (18-20 C) but prolonged immersion is difficult without the aid of a wetsuit.
- For more information or to RSVP, please contact Thomas Taylor [email protected].
Download the Native Fishes Workshop Flyer.
Download the Native Fishes Workshop Registration Form.