Initiatives

May 10, 2021

California Senator Alex Padilla Introduces the CA Public Lands Act

May 10, 2021
 by Analise Rivero, CalTrout Policy Associate Protecting Unique and Beautiful Landscapes by Investing in California (PUBLIC Lands Act) CalTrout is thrilled to see that California’s newest
April 29, 2021

Drought Causing Water Competition in the Klamath Basin

April 29, 2021
California is in the second year of a drought. According to the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, “Northern California has received about 48% of average
April 27, 2021

Removal of Klamath Dams to Restore River Basin

April 27, 2021
The Klamath River Basin was once home to one of the West’s most prolific salmon fisheries. But for more than a century, efforts to harness the
April 14, 2021

The Last Days of the Klamath River Dams

April 14, 2021
Patagonia recently published “Born With This,” a story following CalTrout’s Michael Wier and Andrew Braugh down the river as they recount the historic importance of removing
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

Klamath Dam Update: Restoration Contract Signed

February 16, 2021
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
January 29, 2021

Sea Level Rise on the North Coast

January 29, 2021
January 5, 2021

Harnessing Rice Fields to Save California’s Endangered Salmon

January 5, 2021
Fish Food on Floodplain Farm Fields CalTrout’s science-based approach to grow fish food on floodplains and Integrate Wild Fish and Working Landscapes initiative has been recently
December 2, 2020

Klamath Dams Q&A Webinar – Recap and Recording

December 2, 2020
Thank you to those who joined us last night for the Klamath Dams Q&A webinar. We hope you enjoyed hearing from our expert panel about the
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