Below is a list of current stream training and educational opportunities. To post your organization’s event, please email


  1. BeaverCom, June 14-16, 2022

  2. First National Stream Restoration Conference, August 1-3, 2022

On-going Training Opportunities

  1. Sediment Transport in Stream Assessment and Design
  2. Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Certification
  3. Wildland Hydrology River Short Courses
  4. Coastal Training Program through NOAA’s National Estuarine Research Reserve System
  5. National Conservation Training Center
  6. Center for Watershed Protection 
  7. NC State University Stream Restoration Program 
  8. NOAA training opportunities 
  9. Stream Mechanics 
  10. Forester University 
  11. Online Applied Fluvial Geomorphology Class - Fall 2022 through Virginia Tech [If you are not a Virginia Tech student or even a Virginia resident, you can still take the class as a "Commonwealth Scholar." See for more information. The tuition for a 3-credit course this coming fall is $2908.50 for in-state students and $5,527.75 for out-of-state students. The class consists of recorded lectures to provide background material, reading and discussion of relevant research literature, and two Saturday field trips. The lectures are asynchronous and the weekly paper discussions are synchronous. I work with all of the online students to set up a time for these discussions. We will discuss the Rosgen classification system (along with other classification systems), but the course is a traditional fluvial geomorphology class. If you have any questions, just send Dr. Tess Thompson an email at]

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