Amy Horstman

Amy Hortsman
National Fish Passage Program Coordinator

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About Amy Horstman

Amy has been the National Fish Passage Program Coordinator since 2023. She works on aquatic ecosystem restoration and reconnection program management and oversight through the National Fish Passage Program. 

Program: Passage and Habitat Assessment


Amy worked for FWS in the Pacific Northwest between 2000-2023 in the habitat restoration realm; in particular working on river, floodplain, and estuary restoration and reconnection projects and program management through the National Fish Passage Program, Coastal Program, and the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program. Amy has also worked on projects involving habitat restoration and natural area management, mapping natural areas, interpreting historic habitat and land cover data, species surveys, and restoration planning, permitting, implementation oversight and monitoring. 

At Fish and Aquatic Conservation Headquarters Since: 2023

Areas of expertise
Restoration design
Small dam removal
Fish passage
Streambed simulation techniques
Floodplain restoration
Estuary restoration
Wetland restoration
Restoration program management and oversight
Restoration compliance and permitting
Partner coordination
Strategic planning
Process based restoration

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