Field Notes

June 17, 2021

Field Notes: Partnerships in Fisheries Monitoring

June 17, 2021
The Walker Creek watershed in Marin County is part of a working landscape supporting a robust agricultural community for generations and providing municipal drinking supply for
May 18, 2021

Field Note: The Importance of Partnerships with Andrew Braugh

May 18, 2021
    by Andrew Braugh Shasta-Klamath Regional Director Field Note: The Importance of Partnerships The Shasta-Klamath Region organizes work around protecting California source water and volcanic
March 18, 2021

Field Note: Highlights from the Peter B. Moyle and CalTrout Endowed Professorship

March 18, 2021
Peter B. Moyle and California Trout Endowed Professorship 2020 Report & Highlights The Peter B. Moyle and California Trout Endowed Professorship was established by a group
March 3, 2021

Trout Clout: CalTrout and TU Joint Statement on New CA Inland Trout Regulations

March 3, 2021
Dear fellow advocates for California’s trout and salmon, On March 1st, 2021 the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) implemented new Inland Trout Sportfishing regulations
February 12, 2021

Field Note: If You Look Deep Into the Eyes of a Fish, It Will Tell You Its Life Story

February 12, 2021
    By Jacob Katz, Ph.D. CalTrout Central Valley Regional Director If You Look Deep Into the Eyes of a Fish, It Will Tell You Its
December 10, 2020

Field Note: Making Maps Using GIS

December 10, 2020
Field Note: Making Maps Using GIS By Raine LeBlanc (they/them), North Coast Project Assistant Thanks to CalTrout, I spent 2020 traveling around the world. I even
November 12, 2020

Field Note: Meadows Matter

November 12, 2020
  Sandra Jacobson, Ph.D. South Coast Director and Interim Sierra Headwaters Director, California Trout Meadows Matter Meadows of the Sierra Nevada are among the most pristine
September 15, 2020

Field Notes: CalTrout’s Annual Audit

September 15, 2020
June 15, 2020

Field Note: Ensuring Flows for Fish in the Shasta and Scott River

June 15, 2020
    By Ada Fowler, CalTrout Mt. Shasta/Klamath Project Manager The weather is starting to get warmer up here in Northern California, and after an extremely
March 17, 2020

Field Note: Supporting Endangered Steelhead Passage

March 17, 2020
Drawing on Santa Clara River Steelhead Coalition Member Expertise to Support Endangered Steelhead Passage by Russell Marlow, Ventura Office Program Manager This past fall, CalTrout, and
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