Trabuco Creek is the major tributary to San Juan Creek. CalTrout's fish passage project at the Interstate 5 Bridge Array and Metrolink Railroad Bridge crossing Trabuco Creek addresses one of the most significant fish passage barriers in Southern California.
Fish Water People podcast host and CalTrout Executive Director Curtis Knight talks about all the great fishing to be had every month in California with George Revel, owner of Lost Coast Outfitters and long-time CalTrout Board of Directors member.
CalTrout, the Yurok Tribe, and Farmer’s Ditch Company gathered in the Scott River Valley to sign a Memorandum of Understanding for collaborative work that envisions a future where salmon populations and family farms both flourish.
Along with our partners, we recently identified and filed petition to the Regional Water Quality Board to designate two key tributaries of the upper South Fork Eel River — Elder Creek and Cedar Creek — to be protected as Outstanding Waters.
Our North Coast, Mt. Shasta/Klamath, Mt. Lassen, and Central Valley regions recently received significant investment in and support from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Drought, Climate and Nature-Based Solutions Initiatives for four ongoing projects.
Our planet is changing drastically, but while nature is throwing a lot at us, it's also an amazing source of solutions if we take the time to learn how natural processes can aid in climate-change mitigation. In the latest episode of our podcast, we talk nature-based solutions with climate expert Felicia Marcus.