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  • 4 Aug 2021 10:11 AM | Anonymous

    BeaverCom will be held on March 8 - March 10, 2022 at the Delta Hotel Hunt Valley, 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, MD 21031.  Abstracts for BeaverCom due on September 10th. More information can be found here

  • 3 Jun 2020 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    The Nature Conservancy is posting Addendum #2 of the Potomac River Basin nontidal wetland RFP which extends the deadline for the submission of proposals to July 31, 2020.  Addendum #2 to the RFP may be found on our website listed below.


  • 10 Jan 2020 3:33 PM | Anonymous


    The Cost of Carbon: An Environmental Accounting of Stream Restoration

    Presented by Dr. Elliott Campbell and Peter May 

    When: Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 5:45-9:00 PM

    Where: TBD

    Parking: TBD


    6:00 to 6:30 Mitch Keiler to provide MSRA updates.

    6:30 to 7:30 Dr. Peter May, University of Maryland Dept. of Environmental Science and Technology, will present on TBD

    7:30 to 9:00 Networking!

    Members are free. The cost for non-members is $15. Event updates will be forwarded to MSRA members and posted at the following website:

    We hope to see you there!

  • 11 Oct 2019 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    There's still plenty of time to purchase vendor space or a sponsorship to the 25th Maryland Water Monitoring Council Conference on Dec. 6. at the Maritime Center in Linthicum. They are expecting about 600 attendees with lots of talks, posters and exhibit tables. Sign up now!

    The deadline for vendor/sponsor registration is Nov. 8A vendor/sponsor registration form is HERE.

  • 18 Jul 2019 10:14 AM | Anonymous

    The field trip has been rescheduled for July 25th. For more information go to: Summer Field Trip - Lower Lower Stony Run Stream Restoration

  • 2 Apr 2019 11:05 AM | Anonymous

    Applied Hydrologic Modeling for Ecological Restoration Projects [Students Only]

    Date: April 14, 2019

    Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Location: The Animal Sciences/ENST Building at the University of Maryland College Park

    Maryland Stream Restoration Association is hosting a one day class, Applied Hydrologic Modeling for Ecological Restoration Projects, on Sunday, April 14th from 9-4 at the University of Maryland, College Park Campus. The class will be instructed by Jeremy Payne, P.E., Water Resources Engineer. The goal of the class is to successfully develop and run TR-55 and TR-20 models for a variety of restoration scenarios. This is being offered to students only at this time. For more information visit our website at:

  • 21 Mar 2019 9:40 AM | Anonymous

    MSRA has drafted our events for the remainder of the year and beyond.  See below. We are always looking for companies to host field trips and give presentations. 

    March 27, 2019 – Technical Presentation

    TBD – One Day Research Presentation

    June 2019 – Trivia Night

    August 2019 – Summer Field Trip

    October 2019 – Fall Field Trip

    November 2019 - MASRC (Sponsorship)

    December 2019 – Maryland Water Monitoring Conference (Sponsorship)

    January 2020 – MSRA Yearly Strategic Planning Meeting

    January 2020 – Holiday Party

  • 19 Mar 2019 8:30 AM | Anonymous

    Spring 2019 Technical Presentation -Don't take your supplier for granite: The cost and availability of materials for stream restoration projects

    Do you know where the materials you specify come from? Why are your bids coming up so high? Have you specified materials that are readily available? 

    With the significant forecast for stream restoration construction over the next few years – it’s important to understand the limitations and potential for various products regularly specified on design plans.  We saw the fate of the sandstone boulder and the 18” cobble.  Is imbricated next? Our future may become supply limited.  How can designers improve what they are specifying?  Can we as a community, reduce our carbon footprint and miles traveled for certain products to get to our sites? This presentation will give designers a better understanding of what materials are readily available and how costs increase when difficult materials are specified. The purpose of this event it to encourage designers to work with producers to find innovative and cost-saving alternatives.  

    More information can be found here

  • 17 Aug 2018 8:24 AM | Anonymous

    Please join us for MSRA's Summer 2018 Field Trip to visit the Broad Creek Headwaters Stream and Wetland Restoration Site and Social Gathering at Chuy's Restaurant on Wednesday August 29, 2018 at 6 pm. For more information and to register go here

  • 14 May 2018 2:34 PM | Anonymous

    MSRA Annual Spring Meeting

    When: Thursday May 31, 2018 at 6:00 pm
    Where: Barrett's Grill, 118 Shawan Road Hunt Valley, MD 21030

    Please register on our website at:


    The Maryland Stream Restoration Association will be holding the annual spring meeting on Thursday May 31, 2018.


    We have two qualified candidates nominated to fill the open positions for the next term:

    Mike Galvin (Secretary) and Mitch Keiler (President Elect).

    Additional nominations may be made from the floor.


    MSRA is thrilled to welcome back Dr. Tess Thompson who will speak on: Predicting Erosion Rates of Cohesive Stream Banks

    Dr. Theresa “Tess” Thompson is an associate professor in Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech, the assistant department head for undergraduate studies, and a Turner Fellow of Engineering. Dr. Thompson has degrees in agricultural, civil, and biological systems engineering and has worked as an engineer in state government and private consulting, and as a consultant to US AID. Her research in watershed management focuses on stream and wetland restoration, urban stream systems, and streambank erosion. She currently teaches courses in fluvial geomorphology and stream restoration and is a frequent invited speaker on streambank erosion and low impact development. A former president of the American Ecological Engineering Society, she currently serves as secretary of the River Restoration Committee of ASCE-EWRI and on the advisory board for the International Ecological Engineering Society.

    Appetizers will be provided, Cash Bar.

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