This guidebook provides ten broad steps for any First Nation government or organization to follow in planning and implementing a successful large-scale fish habitat restoration project.
This guide document represents the culmination a planning framework conceptualized over many months of work developing Watershed Connectivity Remediation Plans in four target watersheds as part of the B.C. Fish Passage Restoration Initiative.
This program aims to implement a standard of set fish habitat monitoring methods across the Columbia River basin.
NOAA Fisheries provides numerous documents about community-based restoration programs.
This resource documents the relationship between habitat quantity and quality and salmon production. It also compares the effectiveness of numerous common restoration techniques such as fish passage, instream structures, off-channel/floodplain habitat, riparian improvement and sediment…
This technical document compiles a series of short literature reviews and additional references on topics including general methods, overview of stream processes and restoration, case studies, data compilation, preliminary assessments, and field data collection. It…
This document presents the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s Integrated Restoration Prioritization (IRP) framework for healthy rivers, shorelines, and regional biodiversity. The IRP assists in a more efficient restoration planning process and helps to select…
This document reviews a collection of restoration project information and data to create repeatable monitoring protocols.
The International RiverFoundation is developing a blueprint for organizations internationally to commit to and transform their rivers into resilient rivers.
This manual provides an in-depth description into stream analysis and design of both natural and man made streams including; planning stream habitat projects, field exploration, evaluation of stream behavior and construction.
This strategy provides guiding principles and practical tools for implementing habitat projects across the Toronto waterfront. There is also a compendium of habitat restoration techniques.
The US Army Corps of Engineers undertake restoration activities for wetlands, riparian habitat, floodplains and other aquatic systems, and provide descriptions of past and ongoing restoration projects.
The USGS Publications Warehouse provides access to over 160,000 publications written by USGS scientists.