Reconnect Habitat

November 10, 2020

Making End-of-Life Decisions on Aging Dams – PPIC interview with Dr. Andrew Rypel

November 10, 2020
California has thousands of dams, from small earthen barriers to large dams hundres of feet tall. more than 1,400 of those dams are large enough to
October 20, 2020

October 23, 2020: Un-Dam the Klamath River Day of Action

October 20, 2020
UnDam the Klamath – TAKE ACTION  CalTrout has been advocating for the removal of the Klamath dams for 20 years. In 2019, we released the Top 5
March 31, 2020

Barrier Removal is a Group Effort

March 31, 2020
Recently a CalTrout Southern California project was featured in the Article “Boom: Removing 81 Dams Is Transforming This California Watershed” by The Revelator. Below are excerpts
February 7, 2020

CalTrout Awarded $4.9M to Pursue Reconnect Habitat and Protect the Best Projects

February 7, 2020
We are excited to announce that six CalTrout projects to Reconnect Habitat and Protect the Best are moving forward thanks to grant funding opportunities from the
July 19, 2019

Upper Green Valley Creek Selected as one of 2019’s 10 Waters to Watch

July 19, 2019
 Upper Green Valley Creek Selected as one of 2019’s 10 Waters to Watch The California Fish Passage Forum (Forum) is pleased to announce that the Upper
May 22, 2019

Santa Ana Bridge Replacement Gets Us One Step Closer to Removing Matilija Dam

May 22, 2019
On May 13, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced a $13.4 million funding award to Ventura County Watershed Protection District for the Santa
November 27, 2018

Close to Home: A once in a lifetime chance to restore the Eel River

November 27, 2018
By Curtis Knight and Brian Johnson *This article was originally published in The Press Democrat on November 22, 2018. It’s a familiar story: human activity leaves
November 27, 2018

Close to Home: A once in a lifetime chance to restore the Eel River

November 27, 2018
By Curtis Knight and Brian Johnson *This article was originally published in The Press Democrat on November 22, 2018. It’s a familiar story: human activity leaves
July 10, 2018

Breaking Ground on Woodman Creek Fish Passage Project

July 10, 2018
Woodman Creek, located five miles north of Dos Rios, is a tributary of the Eel River which is one of California’s most significant salmon and steelhead
July 10, 2018

Breaking Ground on Woodman Creek Fish Passage Project

July 10, 2018
Woodman Creek, located five miles north of Dos Rios, is a tributary of the Eel River which is one of California’s most significant salmon and steelhead