Central Valley

August 19, 2021

Floodplain Forward Coalition

August 19, 2021
August 13, 2021

Field Note: Fish Food on the Floodplain with Jacob Montgomery

August 13, 2021
        by Jacob Montgomery Central Valley Project Manager   Field Note: Fish Food on the Floodplain CalTrout’s Central Valley 2021 field season (Oct
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 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 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
May 15, 2020

Chasing Nigiri

May 15, 2020
What started as a seemingly crazy experiment to raise young salmon in flooded rice fields turned into a wildly successful project. Here’s the story about the
January 15, 2020

Field Notes: Fish Food on Floodplain Farm Fields

January 15, 2020
By Jacob Montgomery Part 1: About the Project Overview. CalTrout’s Central Valley program is currently engaged in multiple projects, all of which are focused on reconnecting
October 25, 2019

Central Valley Salmon Habitat Partnership

October 25, 2019
October 17, 2019

Field Notes: Dr. Katz goes to Washington

October 17, 2019
It’s right there in the name: California Trout.   We are, and will always be, focused on protecting and preserving the fish and rivers of the Golden State. 
October 15, 2019

Jacob Montgomery

October 15, 2019
Jacob has an MS in Ecology specializing in plankton population dynamics and food web production. He currently manages CalTrout’s Fish Food program using Sacramento Valley rice
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