Aquatic Restoration & Research Institute
ARRI is located in Talkeetna, Alaska. ARRI
conducts applied stream and lake research
within Alaska. The objective of the organization is to provide the
best available information to Government Agencies, NGOs, and the
public to ensure that development within Alaska is conducted in
a manner that avoids impacts to aquatic systems.
Impacts to aquatic systems can only be avoided
by understanding their complex ecology. ARRI research
focuses on the evaluation and monitoring of aquatic systems to ensure
that these systems remain healthy and to identify and address any
impacts as soon as possible.
ARRI specializes in the restoration
of stream systems. ARRI assists private and
public landowners to develop restoration plans, obtain the necessary
resource permits, seek any available State or Federal funding, and
construct or oversee project construction and post project monitoring.
Call or send an email
to Jeff and Gay Davis for more information,
or to make a donation to the
Alaska Restoration & Research Institute (ARRI).