WEBPAGE LAYOUT LEFT SIDE Who should attend? Insert text Why take this course? Insert text The course balances… Insert text For a downloadable, printable course announcement (pdf) click here RIGHT SIDE As per InstitutBeaumont webpage, list titles only along right side. Info below is what appears when you click on the title Instructors The principal instructors for the course have taught river restoration and related topics for many years, and have been involved both in state-of-the-art research and practical applications. Moreover, the instructors have worked on and analyzed river and stream restoration projects across North America, as well as parts of Europe and Asia, and thus draw in experience from a wide range of fluvial environments across a spectrum from large rivers to small streams, and from highly urban to wilderness settings. LIST INSTRUCTORS WITH LINKS TO WEBPAGES from sagehen site for Wilcock, Kondolf, Schmidt, Tompkins, but not others. Also need link for Margaret Palmer, U Md (you can find a link I think) Venue The course will be held at Duke Farms, the estate of the late Doris Duke, an exceptional setting for the course, with a stream on-site and easily accessible from nearby metropolitan areas. In addition to lectures, discussions, field exercises, and workshops on-site, there are field trips to see a range of stream conditions and restoration projects in the region. FIND DUKE FARMS ON A MAP AND INCLUDE A MAP DETAIL SHOWING WHERE IT IS IN RELATION TO NYC, ETC? HTML LINK TO DUKE FARMS WEBPAGE? Registration and Fees The course is organized so you can take only the first two days (suitable for managers and others responsible for restoration programs but who are not involved in technical implementation) or the full five days (including more technical instruction and field- based exercises). Fees for the two-day fundamentals course (Mon-Tues) are $575, for the five-day course (Mon-Fri) $1450. Course fees include: textbook, printed lecture notes, and CD with readings; coffee and continental breakfast and lunch each day; field trip transportation; and receptions Monday and Thursday evenings. To register, go to: URL Textbook and Readings INSERT FROM PENCIL-EDITED TEXT FROM BEAUMONT COURSE INCLUDE LINK TO TEXTBOOK HERE (NOT SEPARATELY AS ON BEAUMONT WEBPAGE) Field trips TO BE POSTED, LEAVE BLANK FOR NOW Lodging TO BE POSTED, LEAVE BLANK FOR NOW Other related shortcourses, 2008-2009 TAKE FROM INSTITUTBEAUMONT OR SAGEHEN SITE, BUT UPDATE TO SHOW COURSE DATES IN 2009. BEAUMONT: JUNE 15-19, SAGEHEN: AUG 10- 14. Course Format Paste contents of paragraph “course balances…” (REPEATED BUT THAT’S OK) Preliminary Schedule Take from course announcement, eg Day 1, Day 2, SEE PENCIL EDITS SPRINKLE STREAM PHOTOS THROUGHOUT AS YOU SEE FIT….