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Streamkeeper's Blog

The Streamkeeper's bLog is California Trout's monthly newsletter. Hear from Curtis Knight, our Executive Director and learn the latest news and events from California Trout. Not receiving our newsletter? Stay up to date with California Trout by subscribing to our mailing list.

The Watershed Review

Over the last three years, California Trout has increased capacity and doubled its impact on the ground. Our working model continues to get stronger. Starting with a foundation in science, we implement proof-of-concept projects and scale up success through policy and partnerships to achieve our mission of ensuring resilient wild fish in healthy waters for a better California.

Our 2017 State of the Salmonids II: Fish in Hot Water Report is the guiding document for our new three- year strategic plan. The seminal report, written in partnership with UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, found that 45% of our native salmon, steelhead and trout will be extinct in 50 years if present trends continue. The report identifies climate change as the major, overarching human-caused threat affecting salmonids in California.

Annual Report

Over the last three years, California Trout has increased capacity and doubled its impact on the ground. Our working model continues to get stronger. Starting with a foundation in science, we implement proof-of-concept projects and scale up success through policy and partnerships to achieve our mission of ensuring resilient wild fish in healthy waters for a better California.

In 2018, we developed and adopted a Strategic Plan to carry us through the next three years maintaining the same pace and impact to amplify our efforts. A group of board members, staff, and consultants met over a six-month period to develop the plan.

The Current

In this issue we look at the issue of water storage in California. Should Shasta Dam be raised? How is groundwater regulated? Learn about these issue articles about our partners, Bay Area Youth Fly Fishers; two men floating down the Sacramento River; and barrier removal projects in SoCal. Plus: Mike Wier's Spot Check and inspiring videos and photos.

Press Releases

Here is where you can find official statements from California Trout.

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