It’s hard to believe that the Autumn Equinox has already passed, putting summer in the rear view mirror. These last few months are typically chock full of CalTrout community events, and I miss those opportunities for us all to connect in person and share our passions, perspectives, and fish stories. The good news is that technology has allowed us to bridge that gap with virtual events, and I’m excited to share news that we are bringing the previously postponed International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) online and straight to your living room, next month! Join us on October 22nd at 7pm for our live screening.
Despite everything going on in the world, we are in the midst of our biggest, most impactful year. It’s a testament to the folks who support us and to our resilient staff who are always moving forward – dedicated to our work and finding ways to keep you informed. To help you get closer to our projects in a dynamic and interactive way, we’re excited to announce the latest issue of our digital magazine, The Current.
The Fall edition of The Current features our cover story on the reintroduction of Chinook Salmon to the Battle Creek watershed, written by Drew Braugh (Mt. Shasta/Klamath Regional Director) and Dr. Jacob Katz (Central Valley Regional Director). The Battle Creek watershed presents one of the most exciting restoration opportunities for salmon diversity in California.
We hope you enjoy reading about Battle Creek and our many other projects that we continue pushing forward during these trying times. In the face of adversity, we remain confident in our mission, resilient in our efforts, and steadfast in our vision for a California that we can pass on to future generations – thanks, as always, to your support.