Supporting the Reintroduction of Sacramento Winter-run Chinook to the Battle Creek Watershed
The Battle Creek watershed presents one of the most exciting restoration opportunities for salmon diversity in CA.
Restoring and Reconnecting the Mad River Estuary
The rivers and streams of the North Coast provide the potential for a climatic refuge for estuarine-dependent aquatic species such as coho, steelhead, and Chinook.
What the Science Says: Can Fish Eat Their Way Out of Climate Change?
Enhancing cold water habitat is likely the single best strategy to mitigate the effects of climate change, few have focused on food rich habitats as possible
Providing Expertise on Advisory Committees
Our Regional Directors and Senior Scientists are appointed to and actively participate in the technical advisory committees of resource agencies and major environmental initiatives.
Partner Spotlight: An Unprecedented Dam Removal Project
KRRC is a nonprofit organization tasked with implementing the largest dam removal and river restoration effort ever performed in the United States.
Craig’s Corner: Moments of Zen
Gone Fishing: Enjoy these Moments of Zen in my absense. See you next issue!
My Angle: California is Home to World Class Fishing
I fell in love with Montana’s rivers and will continue to fish them, but California is my home.
Tail Out – Fall 2020
Interesting and entertaining internet video finds: including the trailer for our IF4 film selection “Poetry in Motion” and full “Public Trust” film by Patagonia.