How are people around the world interacting with water? On our latest podcast episode, we talk with award-winning journalist Erica Gies about her book “Water Always Wins: Thriving in an Age of Drought and Deluge”. We also bring beavers into the conversation with Nick Bouwes, an aquatic ecologist.
History is being made right now on the Klamath River. By the end of 2024, four Klamath River dams will be removed — the largest dam removal and river restoration project in U.S. history. We talk with Amy Cordalis, a member of the Yurok tribe, and Mark Bransom of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation about this monumental river restoration.
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.
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.
Fish Water People podcast host and CalTrout Executive Director Curtis Knight sits down with Congressman Jared Huffman to talk Governor Newsom’s Executive Order in the delta, the Potter Valley hydroelectric project, restoration work at Redwood Creek, the Yurok Tribe, California condors, and much more.