Mount Shasta / Klamath

Holly started at California Trout in 2022. She’s obtained a B.S. in Biology from Chico State in 2007 and is currently a semester away from obtaining a M.S. in Environmental Planning and Resource Management. Her research involves understanding the barriers and constraints with policy changes around utilizing translocated beavers for ecosystem services and ecological health. Professionally, she comes from a background in environmental program management, mostly surrounding water quality and pollution. In her spare time, she enjoys backpacking, canoeing the Sacramento River, and dreaming of her next international trip.

Holly has lived in Chico for 20 years and has strong ties to the local and surrounding communities. She is excited to be a part of the growth of California Trout by opening the new Mt. Lassen office of the Shasta-Klamath Region. The ability to make a difference in her home state in regards to conservation is what she is most looking forward to by working at California Trout.

August 31, 2022

Holly Swan

August 31, 2022
Holly started at California Trout in 2022. She’s obtained a B.S. in Biology from Chico State in 2007 and is currently a semester away from obtaining
July 29, 2022

Iron Canyon Fish Passage Project, Big Chico Creek

July 29, 2022
July 28, 2022

Evans Spring Flow Restoration to Little Shasta River

July 28, 2022
July 21, 2022

Parks Creek Flow Enhancement and Fish Passage

July 21, 2022
March 29, 2022

Introducing New CalTrout Staff, Serena Doose

March 29, 2022
CalTrout is pleased to welcome Serena Doose to the team as our Mt. Shasta-Klamath Project Manager. Get to know Serena through her bio below. Written by
February 22, 2022

Klamath Basin Water Project

February 22, 2022
December 28, 2021

Eagle Canyon-Battle Creek Fish Passage Project

December 28, 2021
October 18, 2021

Meet Damon Goodman: CalTrout’s Shasta – Klamath Regional Director 

October 18, 2021
By Damon Goodman My experience in fish biology began during an undergraduate internship to support the conservation of the charismatic Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout in the
September 7, 2021

30 Years Later: Upper Sac River and Cantara Loop Spill

September 7, 2021
The Upper Sacramento River was again at risk of devastation after a Union Pacific train derailed recently at Cantara Loop, reminding many of the disastrous spill
August 19, 2021

Enhancing Flows and Fish Passage for Shasta River Tributary

August 19, 2021
Parks Creek is a critical tributary to the Shasta River in the Mid-Klamath Basin. The Shasta River was historically one of the most productive salmon streams
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