The San Joaquin River Partnership said the San Joaquin River Conference, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1-2, at the Fresno Convention Center will bring together a diverse group of participants to learn and talk about the restoration of the San Joaquin River.
Local residents, landowners and farmers are invited to the conference.
The conference theme, “Exploring the Working River Project” will examine the question, “What does successful river restoration look like?” through an array of presentations, hands-on workshops and field trips, according to a news release. Those interested in attending the conference should visit www.sanjoaquinriverpartnership.org/conferences.html to learn more and to register.
The partnership is made up of Audubon California, Ducks Unlimited, the National Resources Defense Council, PRBO Conservation Science, Revive the San Joaquin, Sierra Foothill Conservancy, San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust, the Nature Conservancy, the Trust for Public Land and the Tuolumne River Trust.