The Fish Food Story
New study shows promise for using fields on “dry side” of levees to grow food for imperiled Central Valley salmon. Caltrout, farmers, UC Davis and public
A Community Effort to Recover the Elk River
Creating a community-supported recovery plan to restore estuary habitat for salmon and steelhead in the Elk River.
California Fishing Regulations – Seeking a Balanced Approach
CalTrout seeks to balance protecting native trout species with the desire to provide sustainble and increased angling opportunities.
A Formula for Success
CalTrout is experiencing exponential growth. In the past year alone, we have leveraged our member’s support into a record $22 million in public and private grants.
Science into Action
CalTrout is using science-based solutions to combat climate change and return our wild fish to resilience.
Partner Spotlight: Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing
For the past three summers, disabled veterans have enjoyed the solace of Cal Trout’s “Shasta Springs Trout Camp,” wading the waters of the upper Sacramento River,
Spot Check: The Trophy is the Experience
For salmonids, size matters! The biggest salmon has the best chance to reproduce and pass on genetics to the next generation. We must protect them.
Craig’s Corner – Lewis MacAdams and the Los Angeles River
Digging into the history of the LA River and honoring Lewis MacAdams, founder of Friends of the LA River.
Reflections: Photo Caption Mini Contest
Submit your funny captions and the best captions will win a small prize. Enter by July 15th.