The Missing Link to Native Fish Recovery: How Engineers and Biologists are Working Together to Save the Santa Ana Sucker

January 25, 2018 in Buenaventura Section, Central Coast Section, China Lake/Bakersfield Section, Coastal Los Angeles Section, Education, Foothill Section, LACCN, Metro Los Angeles, OCCN, Orange County Section, San Diego Section, San Fernando Valley Section by tsnyderpe

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IECES INLAND EMPIRE COUNCIL OF ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS

Presents

Engineers! The Missing Link to Native Fish Recovery: How Engineers and Biologists are Working Together to Save the Santa Ana Sucker

Ms. Heather Dyer, Water Resources Project Manager and Fish Biologist San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District

Ms. Dyer is a Water Resources Project Manager and Fish Biologist for the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District where she has been working on development of the Upper Santa Ana River Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) since 2014. She is leading the development of the Upper Santa Ana HCP, working on behalf of twelve public agencies and many valuable water infrastructure projects for this region. The HCP will also implement recovery actions for the Santa Ana sucker and 22 other special status species. Ms. Dyer fully expects to achieve recovery of the species and removal of the Santa Ana sucker from the Endangered Species List by her retirement in 2039.

Total Amount Enclosed: ($25 per engineer or guest; $15 per student)

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