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September 14, 2021

California Budget: Funding for Fish, Water, & People

September 14, 2021
            By CalTrout’s Policy Team, Redgie Collins and Analise Rivero   The California Legislature released the final budget language late on
January 9, 2020

Saving the Rainbows: Finding Shelter for Rescued Native Trout in Southern California

January 9, 2020
by Megan Nguyen and Sandra Jacobson. CalTrout is using spatial analysis in collaboration with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission and California Department of Fish and
August 15, 2018

CalTrout leads the way with launch of June Mountain Ski Area Whitebark Pine Restoration Project

August 15, 2018
Why do fish folk care about forest health? At CalTrout we believe wholeheartedly in the connectivity of natural systems. June Mountain is in the Rush Creek
August 15, 2018

CalTrout leads the way with launch of June Mountain Ski Area Whitebark Pine Restoration Project

August 15, 2018
Why do fish folk care about forest health? At CalTrout we believe wholeheartedly in the connectivity of natural systems. June Mountain is in the Rush Creek
November 30, 2016

Bark beetle-infested forest at June Mountain will soon be restored

November 30, 2016
Thanks to a generous National Fish and Wildlife grant, CalTrout will be restoring 110 acres of land and removing approximately 145 decaying trees at June Mountain,