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Peter Guillozet

on 14 May 2013

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Rapid Riparian Revegetation in the Willamette Basin Model Watersheds
Peter Guillozet and Sarah Dyrdahl K = low fecundity, high investment per individual "In evaluating revegetation treatments, an ecological perspective is often subordinate to the pressure to declare victory or conclude investigations while funds are available." (Prodgers et al. 2000) Rapid Riparian Revegetation (R3) Monitoring & Evaluation Site Preparation
“The first step in river restoration should be articulation of a guiding image that describes the dynamic, ecologically healthy river that could exist at a given site” (Palmer et al. 2005) r = high fecundity, low investment per individual Monitoring & Evaluation Desired Future Condition Site Assessment & Planning Maintenance Straight rows
Tree/shrub ratio 1:0 Random
Tree/shrub ratio 1:1 R3-Curved rows
Tree/shrub ratio 1:3, 1:4 Planting Layout & Spacing Predictable prices & sizes
Spreads risk
More stable demand/supply
Control over seed sourcing ~500 stems/ac ~2,500 stems/ac Stem density
Tree-shrub ratios Cover Common
practice R3
approach 2012 Cooperative Plant Purchasing Planting Layout & Spacing r/K Selection Anchor planting plans in context
Inform species list, planting density/structure
Give insights into weed pressures 2006 Ecoregional revegetation? Efficiency through collaboration
economies of scale
greater flexibility
Improved revegetation outcomes
actions based in ecology
lower costs, larger sites Status Better monitoring & documentation
Share, adapt & test coherent reveg strategies
Scale up to reach more river miles Needs Model Watershed Councils Total:
1,200,000 plants
$560,000 Approach Partners = + Willamette Model Watersheds % survival (N/S Santiam, Calapooia, Luckiamute) Total: 520 acres on 83 sites Acres of Riparian Revegetation

Agency staff: Clean Water Services, Portland Reveg Program, Metro

Contractors: Konstantin Kuznetsov, Diego Franco, Rosario Franco

Native Nurseries & Seed Producers: Brooks Tree Farm, Scholls Valley Native Nursery and Pacific NW Natives Acknowledgments Kendra Smith, Bonneville Environmental Foundation
George Kral, Ash Creek Forest Management
Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
Meyer Memorial Trust Peter Guillozet
Guillozet Consulting, Luckiamute WC
541-250-2635, p.guillozet@gmail.com

Sarah Dyrdahl
N/S Santiam and Calapooia Watershed Councils
541-466-3493, sarah.dyrdahl@gmail.com
Contacts Blackberry and other weed treatment Planting layout Plant staging Year 1 - Luckiamute State Natural Area Beaverton Creek, Tualatin Basin, OR Project Boundaries Reference Sites N. Santiam S. Santiam Calapooia Luckiamute Follow up blackberry cutting Riparian Revegetation Cost/Acre (N/S Santiam, Calapooia, Luckiamute) actual projected $6-$10K per established acre actual Conclusions Outcomes...
Greater efficiency/flexibility
Reduced risk
Better projects
Interested landowners

Still need...
Better monitoring and documentation
Test and share new practices
Scale up
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