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Speak up against raising Shasta Dam

UPDATE: Success! We put an end to the sneaky bill provision that would have fast forward expansion of Shasta Dam. Thanks to YOU and our Representatives in

Speak up against raising Shasta Dam

UPDATE: Success! We put an end to the sneaky bill provision that would have fast forward expansion of Shasta Dam. Thanks to YOU and our Representatives in

Stories from the Eel River

The Eel River is staged for a comeback. And CalTrout is leading the way to accomplish this. We hope you enjoyed our five-part video series where

Floodplains, striped bass, and the need for restoration

There is no doubt that the threats to California’s Central Valley salmon are many. And just as there are many threats and reasons for their decline,

Streamkeeper’s bLog – August 2015

The Fight for Flows A word from CalTrout ED, Curtis Knight The recent wrangling over Trinity River water—should it go down the river to help the

Recovering California Steelhead South of Santa Cruz

By Kurt Zimmerman, Tim Frahm and Sam Davidson Article reprinted with permission of Osprey Magazine Kurt Zimmerman is Southern California Regional Manager for California Trout. Tim

Weekend Drinking Water Spill Wipes Out Steelhead Population in Bay Area Creek

  Fish kill illustrates dangers to isolated populations of even protected species   Steelhead are typically associated with big, wild rivers on the North Coast, but

Weekend Drinking Water Spill Wipes Out Steelhead Population in Bay Area Creek

  Fish kill illustrates dangers to isolated populations of even protected species   Steelhead are typically associated with big, wild rivers on the North Coast, but

Take 30 Seconds To Fight Stanford’s Plan To Harm Endangered Steelhead

Stanford University is proposing a controversial Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) that continues to ignore the effects Searsville Dam has on endangered species like Steelhead trout. In

Problems With California’s Salmon & Steelhead Hatcheries Fueling “Boom or Bust” Salmon Populations?

Hatchery Killing Salmon To Prevent Mixing of Spring, Fall Runs California’s Feather River Hatchery is killing salmon instead of harvesting and breeding them — a counter-intuitive

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