Welcome to Tamarisk Coalition's event, donation, and member pages.  To visit Tamarisk Coalition's official website, visit www.tamariskcoalition.org or click here.  

Advancing the restoration of riparian lands through collaboration, education, and technical assistance.

Events

Upcoming events

    • 05 Apr 2017
    • Trinidad, Colorado


    When: Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

    Where: Trinidad, CO - Trinidad State Junior College (Field Session in the Afternoon)

    Time: TBD; info will be provided to registrants

    Cost: $20/per person (registration fee covers materials provided at workshop plus lunch, drinks, and snacks). Limited scholarships are available upon request. 

    Topics to include: ARKWIPP_DetailedAgenda_FINAL.pdf

    • Successful Noxious Weed Programs
    • Getting to Know the Tamarisk Leaf Beetle
    • Russian Knapweed & Canada Thistle Control in Irrigated Crop Fields and Riparian Areas
    • Managing Kochia in the Context of Revegetation
    • Monitoring Project Success
    • Tamarisk and Russian olive Removal and Revegetation Demonstrations

    • 20 Apr 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Avondale, Arizona
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    Updated Phoenix Workshop for Riparian Restoration and the Tamarisk Beetle

    On April 20th, in Avondale, Arizona, Tamarisk Coalition is working under a Walton Family Foundation grant to present a workshop on riparian restoration, focusing on areas impacted by the tamarisk beetle. 

    Hosted by Estrella Mountain Community College, with sponsorship from the City of Buckeye, Stillwater Sciences, and SWCA Consultants (and more coming), this one-day workshop is geared towards land managers and folks on-the-ground.

    Presentations will discuss the history, monitoring, and spread of the tamarisk beetle throughout the Colorado River Basin (including predictions for future colonization), wildfire in southwest riparian systems (with and without the beetle present), innovative restoration techniques, as well as potential impacts to endangered species and associated permit requirements, and will provide recently developed restoration and decision-making tools to participants. 

    Speakers include Dr. Gail Drus, Mary Anne McLeod, and Dr. Bruce Orr, coming from out-of-area to share their expertise in wildfire, endangered species, and restoration respectively. Dr. Kevin Hultine (Desert Botanic Gardens), to discuss tamarisk mortality and effects associated with the beetle. Levi Jamison from NAU will be there to discuss future beetle movements, Mary Wolf from NRCS to cover desert riparian-specific plantings and soils, Shawn Stone from Gila Watershed Partnership to talk about targeted SWFL habitat restoration, and COE staff to cover permitting.

    Cost for the workshop will be $25, with limited needs-based scholarships available upon request and discounts for Tamarisk Coalition members or departments/organizations sending more than four individuals. Includes materials, snacks, beverages, and lunch.

    There will be an associated day of site visits on April 21st at various spots along the Gila River in southern Maricpopa County, Avondale, and Buckeye. Lunches for this day will be generously provided by the City of Buckeye.

    So, put April 20th on your calendars, check this site for updates and registration, and contact Ben Bloodworth with any inquiries or scholarship/multiple attendee requests: bbloodworth@tamariskcoalition.org.















Past events

21 Mar 2017 2017 XWN Annual Workshop hosted by the Gila Watershed Partnership
07 Feb 2017 Tamarisk Coalition's 15th Annual Conference
08 Nov 2016 Las Vegas Workshop for Riparian Restoration and the Tamarisk Beetle
28 Sep 2016 DeHaven Ranch Cross-Visit
14 Sep 2016 8th Annual ARKWIPP Workshop: Sep 14th 2016 (Fall Session)
31 Aug 2016 3rd Annual Raft the River
10 Jun 2016 Workshop: Plant Identification and Local History of the Dolores River
02 Jun 2016 Albuquerque Workshop for Riparian Restoration and the Tamarisk Beetle
06 May 2016 Early Season Identification of Invasive Plants and Select Natives
30 Apr 2016 Raft the Rio - Interpretive Fundraising Outing in New Mexico!
21 Apr 2016 Riparian Restoration in the Context of Change - Cross Visit Between SE Utah Riparian Partnership & Desert Rivers Collaborative
09 Feb 2016 Tamarisk Coalition's 13th Annual Conference
29 Oct 2015 Workshop: Improving Riparian Habitat in Mancos Canyon, Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park
05 Oct 2015 2015 XWN-ARKWIPP Annual Workshop
30 Sep 2015 Northwest Colorado Riparian Restoration Workshop
23 Aug 2015 2nd Annual Raft the River
29 May 2015 Workshop: Plant Identification on the Dolores River: Plants of the Riparian Corridor
01 May 2015 Workshop: 2015 Field Weed Identification Workshop
10 Feb 2015 Tamarisk Coalition's 12th Annual Conference
21 Jan 2015 Tamarisk Beetle Workshop
13 Jan 2015 Tamarisk Beetle Expert Panel
20 Oct 2014 Middle Colorado Watershed Riparian Restoration Workshop
15 Oct 2014 Cross-Watershed Network Restoration Workshop
02 Oct 2014 Beer by the Banks
19 Sep 2014 Workshop: Dryland Revegetation Techniques: Restoring Sites in the Face of Drought or Limited Access to Water
26 Aug 2014 6th Annual ARKWIPP Field Workshop: Overcoming Site Restoration Challenges
29 Jun 2014 Raft the River
12 Jun 2014 Western Yellow Billed Cuckoo Ecology & Survey Training - June 12th
30 May 2014 Workshop: Plant Identification on the Dolores River: Plants of the Riparian Corridor
15 May 2014 Western Yellow Billed Cuckoo Ecology & Survey Training - May 15th
18 Feb 2014 Tamarisk Coalition's Conference: Riparian Restoration in the Western U.S.
26 Sep 2013 Cottonwoods & Cold Ones
10 Sep 2013 Cross-Watershed Network Riparian Restoration Workshop
Contact us

P.O. Box 1907

Grand Junction, CO 81502

Phone: (970) 256-7400

Email: ckukuraitis@tamariskcoalition.org

Tamarisk Coalition is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  


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