We are grateful to everyone who joined us for our 50th Anniversary Trout Camp Gala and are overwhelmed by the generosity of the CalTrout community. Our large-scale, innovative, and science-driven projects are tackling climate change head-on and you, our incredible community, are what makes it all possible.
While the evening was a huge success, we still have more to do. Our gala fundraising goal is an ambitious $1M, and we are 95% of the way there. You can still donate to the Fund-a-Need to move CalTrout over the finish line and into the next 50 years of conservation.
If you didn’t get a chance to watch the live event Friday night, you can view a recording here and get a recap of the Moments that Write History as well as our vision for the next 50 years. We’re excited about where we are heading, and can’t wait to share it with you.
Renowned local artist and angler Paul Waters has created this masterpiece of a fabled Northern California trout stream representing the past, present, and future of California Trout. In the foreground, the umbrella plant represents the first five decades of California Trout’s history, with the sixth and smallest leaf looking toward the future in anticipation of CalTrout’s continued conservation work. Each of these posters is signed and numbered by the artist. This is your chance to own a beautiful piece of CalTrout history, knowing you are a part of its future.