Due to restrictions in gatherings relating to Covid-19, this training has been cancelled. Please contact Cara Clark directly for the most up-to-date information.

5-day General CRAM Training

With Riverine And Estuarine Wetland Field Examples

Dates: 
April 6 - 10 2020
Location: 
Moss Landing
Time: 
8:30 am - 5:00 pm each day
Cost: 
$1650. A $75 discount will be applied for early registration (before March 6th) AND/OR a $75 discount will be applied for payment via check.
Fees include: 
Fees include morning coffee, daily lunch and snacks, and all classroom and field materials.

To Register: 
Cara Clark (831) 771-4428 or [email protected]
Questions: 
Cara Clark: [email protected] or (831) 771-4428

Description:

Your training instructors will be Cara Clark and Kevin O'Connor from the Central Coast Wetlands Group at Moss Landing Marine Labs and members of the statewide CRAM development team. Cara and Kevin are also members of the Level 2 Committee of the California Wetlands Monitoring Workgroup. The classroom portion of the session will be held in the seminar room of Moss Landing Marine Labs, 8272 Moss Landing Rd., Moss Landing, CA, 95039. The field portion will be held at various wetlands around the Monterey Bay Area. Please plan on carpooling with other participants to field sites.

We encourage your registration and fees before March 23rd, 2020; a decision to hold or to cancel the session will be made on this date based upon number of registrations (minimum of 8 needed). If registration numbers are not met, we will cancel the session and refund fees in full. The following refunds will be given if the participant must withdraw: Full refund minus $50 administration fee if before March 15th, 2020, 50% refund if before April 3rd, 2020, no refund after April 3rd, 2020. Course agenda and details will be emailed to participants two weeks prior to the session.

Field Equipment: 
Participants will need appropriate footwear (knee boots and hiking boots) and field clothing. Please be prepared to be in the field each day. You will need sunscreen, a hat, rubber boots, and drinking water. Chest or hip waders are optional but may be useful for some sites.