Bay Area Region

 

Bay Area

 

 
Bay Area Central California North Coast Mt. Shasta/Klamath Sierra Headwaters South Coast

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Regional Goal

The Bay Area Region will implement a mix of restoration projects in highly productive estuaries and heavily altered urban/rural watershed and develop targed outreach and education for Bay Area residents on how salmon and steelhead in our backyards indicate healthy watersheds. Select a dot on the map to learn about each of our initiatives and their projects in this regions.

Region Director: Patrick Samuel

Patrick has been with CalTrout since 2014 and was one of the lead authors of the 2017 State of the Salmonids II: Fish in Hot Water report. Prior to joining CalTrout, Patrick worked with the Fisheries Leadership & Sustainability Forum as well as the NOAA Fisheries Protected Resources Division in Sacramento.

Projects in the Bay Area Region

Protect the Best

Alameda Creek Fisheries Monitoring

Work with partners to fill key data gaps in monitoring Alameda Creek tributaries to inform future management and restoration to assist recovery of steelhead and Chinook salmon in the watershed.

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Restore Estuaries

Aquatic Species Assessment Tool (ASAT)

The Aquatic Species Assessment Tool (ASAT) will provide an integrated quantitative framework for assessing the impact of management actions on salmonids and other sensitive listed fish species that...

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Integrate Wild Fish & Working Landscapes

Bay Area Outreach and Education

Increase outreach overall to youth, members, fly clubs, and others about our efforts in the Bay Area and statewide.

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Restore Estuaries

Pescadero and Butano Creek Fish Tracking

As part of an expansion to research on Pescadero Creek, a PIT antenna on Butano Creek will track steelhead and coho salmon on their annual spawning runs and will provide us with important information...

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Reconnect Habitat

Searsville Dam Fish Passage

Ensure long-term passage for juvenile and adult steelhead in San Francisquito Creek beyond Searsville Dam on San Francisquito Creek by working with Stanford University, resource agency, non-profit,...

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Integrate Wild Fish & Working Landscapes

Securing South Bay Stream Flows for Steelhead

Ensure adequate streamflows are returned to key South Bay streams and necessary habitat improvements are completed as expeditiously as possible through a long-standing settlement agreement.

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Integrate Wild Fish & Working Landscapes

Walker Creek Coho Salmon Research and Monitoring

Assess streamflows, water temperatures, habitat usage, and migration of adult and juvenile tagged coho salmon in Walker Creek to identify factors potentially limiting their recovery.

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