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13–16 june 2022, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Fish passage 2022

opportunities and innovation in a changing world

CONFERENCE Countdown

Registration is now open

Registration is now open for Fish Passage 2022: International Conference on River Connectivity!
Click here to register for the conference and find information about conference fees and deadlines.  

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) will host the conference as a hybrid (virtual and in-person) event from June 13-16, 2022. Join us near the last free-flowing stretch of the Columbia River as we explore the next generation of fish passage research and technology. 

Covid-19 Notice

PNNL follows state and CDC guidance regarding masks and social distancing. Currently, community transmission levels of COVID-19 in Richland are at Low levels. As such, all visitors to the PNNL campus are required to self monitor for symptoms and complete a daily health checklist, as well as adhere to PNNL’s COVID controls (including social distancing for those who are unvaccinated and refraining from visiting the PNNL campus if they are symptomatic). This is subject to change as protocols are updated if community transmission reaches Medium or High levels. Updates will be shared with in-person attendees closer to the event.

Important dates

31 March 2022
Abstract submission deadline​
31 March 2022
13 May 2022
Early-bird registration deadline​
13 May 2022
16 May 2022
Final program released​
16 May 2022
26 May 2022
Hotel Room Blocks Closed
26 May 2022
8 June 2022
General registration deadline​
8 June 2022
13-16 June 2022
Conference
13-16 June 2022

Career achievement award

2022 awardee
Alexander J. Haro
U.S. Geological Survey

DistinguishEd project award

2022 Awardee
"Restoring the continuity of two rivers in southern poland"

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Salmon Level Sponsors

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