Alisan Amrhein, CalTrout Staff

March 9, 2021

Transforming an Ecosystem

March 9, 2021
In the mountains of coastal Orange County, within Cleveland National Forest, a five-year project is underway to remove 81 small-sized dams across four streams. California Trout
March 2, 2021

Saving Fish from Extinction

March 2, 2021
A recent global assessment, released by 16 conservation organizations, of the world’s freshwater fish species found that nearly a third are at risk of extinction. Overfishing
February 26, 2021

Momentous Public Lands Bill Passes the House

February 26, 2021
CalTrout is thrilled to announce some exciting news on the forefront for our nation’s public lands. Today, the House of Representatives passed the Protecting America’s Wilderness
February 19, 2021

Fish food on the floodplain

February 19, 2021
CalTrout’s science-based approach to grow fish food on floodplains, as part of our Integrate Wild Fish and Working Landscapes initiative, is featured in a new paper
February 16, 2021

Honoring Michelle Titus, Streamkeeper Award Recipient

February 16, 2021
Every year, it is with great pride California Trout picks outstanding individuals who help carry on our legacy and award them with the Streamkeeper Award. Our
February 11, 2021

A Swiss Cheese Model for Fish Conservation

February 11, 2021
Here’s some food for thought: Nicholas Chistaki’s “Swiss Cheese Model for Combatting Covid-19” layered approach can be applied to other problems, ranging from drinking water quality
August 28, 2018

Protecting the Best in California

August 28, 2018
August 28, 2018 UPDATE: Thanks to your voices, the Climate Resiliency bill AB 2528, championed by CalTrout, has passed the House and the Senate and is
July 6, 2018

Job Announcement: Sierra Headwaters Director

July 6, 2018
Please share! *This is a re-posted job from Feb 8* JOB TITLE: Sierra Headwaters Director OFFICE LOCATION:  Mammoth Lakes, CA POSTED: June 15, 2018 APPLICATION DEADLINE:
June 29, 2018

Another epic 5 Rivers Challenge!

June 29, 2018
We’re still riding that high from last week’s Five Rivers Challenge! The competition wrapped up with a sneaky win by Bruce Skinner and Josh Udesen guided
June 29, 2018

Mokelumne River earns Wild and Scenic protected status

June 29, 2018
Northern California’s Mokelumne River has officially been designated a Wild and Scenic River, signed into law on June 27, 2018 by Governor Edmund G. Brown, becoming
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