Upcoming Training Opportunities / Workshops

Perennial Stream Identification

October 3 and 4, 2019
Gloucester Point, Virginia

This workshop will focus on methods for field identification of water bodies with perennial flow.  Dr. Doug DeBerry and Mr. Travis Crayosky, co-authors of the Qualitative Indicators approach, and members of both the protocol development panel for the James City County Method* and the implementation team for the Fairfax Method*, will lead the course alongside Mr. Matt Lajoie, invertebrate taxonomist.

The first day of the workshop will be devoted to classroom lecture and hands-on, laboratory invertebrate identification; the second day will be a field day, with site visits in and around Gloucester.

Important information:
  • This course is intended for individuals who, as part of their professional role, are required to identify water bodies with perennial flow in Virginia.
  • Course fees total $295.00 and include coffee/snacks and lunch.
  • Participants will be required to attend both days.

Registration will open in September.  Please contact cagonzalez@vims.edu with any questions.


Next Up

CBNERR hopes to offer training on the following topics in the near future:

  • Social Science Basics for Coastal Managers

Do you have an idea for a training opportunity or program that you would find particularly helpful?  Please contact Cirse Gonzalez at 804.684.7144 or cagonzalez@vims.edu and let her know of your suggestions.