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Barrier Assessment Training (BAT)


Our Next BAT training will be on July 16 near Darrington, WA in the Mt. Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest

Taught by: Luke Kelly

After registering (or if you have any questions), please contact CARL BEVIS via email or text to confirm training and learn more

carlbevis@yahoo.com or (206) 310-8408


You are invited to sign up for our next BAT (Barrier Assessment Team) training class which will be held on Saturday July 16 near the Darrington area of Mt. Baker/Snoqualmie national Forest. For those of you who might not be familiar with our program, T.U. in Washington has a unique partnership with WDFW where we are allowed to train our own volunteers to do the important work of assessing and identifying culverts that may represent barriers to migrating fish. In some cases, the culverts are too small or have been blocked by sediment and debris. In other cases, they are "perched" above stream level so that fish are unable to move upstream to continue their migration or reach their spawning grounds. Some are badly damaged and can actually cause direct harm to fish health.

The idea is to carefully survey culverts so the responsible government agency can determine which culverts need replacement or repair most urgently and prioritize them appropriately. Replacing culverts can be expensive and not all culverts are equally bad fish barriers, so prioritization is necessary. After training, we will be assessing culverts in a nearby section of the MBSNF.


Videos to Watch before Training:

If you do sign up, we will ask that you carefully view both videos before the class on Saturday so the training will be more meaningful.

First, go to our WCTU website's BAT Page: Washington TU BAT Training.

Scroll to just below the BAT Rules & FAQ's to the training & resources section.

Click on the "Training videos" tab if needed to access training videos.

View the WDFW Training Video and the Fish Use Potential & Significant Reach Training Video

All those who register will receive additional information regarding location, times, what to wear etc.
 

After registering (or if you have any questions), please contact CARL BEVIS via email or text to confirm training and learn more

carlbevis@yahoo.com or (206) 310-8408

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Tacoma, WA 98402