+17
+
Posted in
Soda Creek, tributary to the upper Eel River. Large wood structure project directed by TU's North Coast Coho Project.   The Eel River is the beating heart of California’s “Lost Coast,” a swath of rugged country famous for its steelhead and salmon streams. Historically, the Eel was the third largest [ READ MORE... ]
+51
+
Posted in
As the California Water Board considers new water quality regulations for suction dredge mining, TU urges anglers to weigh in   People are still mining for gold here in the Golden State, often through small scale operations using machinery to suck water and gravel from streambeds so bits of gold [ READ MORE... ]
+46
+
Posted in
Baldface Creek, Smith River headwaters, OR. Photo: California Department of Fish & Wildlife   Two announcements last week that a region of the country renowned for its salmon and steelhead fishing and biodiversity would be better protected were good news for anglers and native trout [ READ MORE... ]
+66
+
Posted in
If your TU Chapter or Council has Trout or Salmon in the Classroom programs, please pass on this announcement to teachers and coordinators: Enhance STEAM learning with your TIC/SIC/AaT program by joining the 2017 Trout Quilt Project. Participating classes create 20-30 fabric art squares (on Inkjet [ READ MORE... ]
+67
+
Posted in
Each fall, TU Camp and Academy graduates are invited to enter the TU Teen Essay Contest in which they share their camp experiences. This year we had four finalists, and Alexander's essay is the second in this series as the second runner-up. Alexander is from California and traveled all the way to [ READ MORE... ]
+64
+
Posted in
By Brian Johnson It’s been a busy and amazingly productive year for Trout Unlimited in California. With the help of our 10,000 California members and our dozens of agency and project partners, we reached major milestones on many of our highest priority initiatives. All of these highlight TU’s [ READ MORE... ]
+87
+
Posted in
Central Valley salmon and steelhead runs, such as those in California's Merced River (above), have been in decline for decades due primarily to lack of water at critical times. Phase I of the Bay-Delta Plan, in which the State Water Board is considering new flow standards for environmental water [ READ MORE... ]
+76
+
Posted in
UPDATE: You can tell the Senate to get rid of the bad drought rider in WRDA before that chamber's floor vote by clicking here: https://www.votervoice.net/TU/campaigns/48803/respond .   It’s no secret that the American legislative process has some disagreeable aspects. Some pieces of law get passed [ READ MORE... ]
+117
+
Posted in
TU is working to restore salmon and steelhead in California’s two largest river systems   California has over 189,000 miles of rivers. Salmon and steelhead swam in most of those miles until the 20th century, when dams and growing water diversions severely diminished fish passage and habitat. It’s a [ READ MORE... ]
+291
+
Posted in
TU’s California Program releases new film and video channel, plays role in new proposed flow standards, rules to make water data more accessible and useful. Above photo: Bianchi Flowers Farm, Pescadero Creek, California central coast   By Brian J. Johnson As summer turns to fall, we come to the [ READ MORE... ]
x

Add Content

 

randomness