July 10, 2013
While trout in general are known for their kaleidoscope of color, California's … [more]
June 14, 2013
LA-area mountains may lose 30-40% of annual snowfall by mid-century according to … [more]
May 28, 2013
Lyell Glacier No Longer Big Enough To Be A Glacier Climate change is already … [more]
July 17, 2014
California remains the only state in the union without … [More...]
July 16, 2014
We're thrilled to announce that we surpassed the goal … [More...]
July 7, 2014
Yesterday, the Sacramento Bee ran an insightful article … [More...]
July 3, 2014
The 2014 Hat Creek Youth Initiative hit the ground … [More...]
July 2, 2014
CalTrout let you know earlier this year about a nickel … [More...]
80,000 tons of sediment have suffocated Hat Creek. How are we getting it back?
What's CalTrout doing for fisheries? Here's our 2014 Project list.
65% of California’s native salmon, steelhead, and trout species may be extinct within 100 years. Learn more about SOS: California's Native Fish in Crisis here.
Mt. Shasta's many springs feed the Upper Sacramento, McCloud and Shasta Rivers (and tributaries). Read our comprehensive report.