South Fork Eel River Science Program

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Alameda Creek Fisheries Monitoring

Work with partners to fill key gaps in monitoring data from Alameda Creek tributaries to inform future management and restoration to aid in the recovery of Rainbow Trout and Chinook Salmon in the basin pouring.

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Pescadero and Butano Creek Fish Tracking

As part of an expansion of research on Pescadero Creek, a PIT antenna on Butano Creek will track rainbow and coho salmon on their annual spawning grounds and provide us with important information…

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Reach consensus among a coalition of agencies, tribal and conservation partners regarding priority recovery actions and policy reform needed to restore salmonid populations in the Eel River Basin,…

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Adult salmonid sonar monitoring program

Obtain baseline data on Rainbow Trout entering the South Fork Eel River to spawn in order to inform the angling public about Rainbow Trout abundance. Determining whether sonar assessment of adult salmonids is a…

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Santa Clara River Floodplain Restoration

Restoration of floodplain processes focusing on removal of non-native invasive plants and revegetation with native species to restore critical habitat for sensitive species and riparian areas…

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I-5 Trabuco Creek Fish Passage Project

Allowing the passage of Rainbow Trout through this total barrier to the Interstate 5 bridge system over Trabuco Creek and providing access to 15 miles of high quality spawning and rearing habitat upstream. Trabuco…

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Removing an obsolete dam in the canyon of Malibu Creek, a high priority rainbow trout recovery river with identified critical habitat for rainbow trout. This dam has a reduced water storage capacity and poses…

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Support the Matilija Coalition, the Ventura County Watershed Protection District, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in securing funding to finalize the dam removal design and associated reassessment of…

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Southern Steelhead Coalitions

CalTrout is leading two Southern California Rainbow Trout Coalitions with the goal of increasing and, in some cases, restoring stable populations of Rainbow Trout in designated Southern High Priority Rivers. ..

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San Mateo Creek non-native removal

The goal of this project is to remove non-native species that are detrimental to the survival of native trout in San Mateo Creek, Federally Designated Critical Habitat for Endangered Southern California…

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Restoration of West Walker Meadows

Restoring the ecological resilience of priority meadows in the Upper West Walker River, including habitat for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout populations.

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Native Rainbow Trout Recovery Plan

Apply the Sierra Meadow Strategy approach to establish a priority inventory of grassland restoration activities that provide maximum habitat benefits for rainbow trout, amphibians and…

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Osa Meadow Research and Restoration

To create greater ecological resilience of Osa Meadow to combat climate change and other stressors and promote the recovery of Kern River Rainbow Trout populations. Study the causes and effects of the prairie…

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Seek full implementation of the Water Agreement settlement terms: a) the Fisheries Improvement Fund is active and functioning, (b) instream flow requirements are met, and (c) ) fully appropriate…

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Restore the ecological health of the Upper Owens watershed and improve local angling opportunities in Mammoth and Hot creeks and the Owens River.

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Spring Water Pond Assessment

Protect Northern California’s volcanic aquifers and their cold water sources from overdraft, pollution, and long-term regional climate variability. Reducing the threats posed by geothermal fracturing,…

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Recover the salmonid populations of the Klamath River by removing 4 dams on the Klamath River (Iron Gate, Copco 1, Copco 2 and JC Boyle) and opening fish passage to over 400 miles of potential spawning and…

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By implementing the Scott River Mill Creek Fish Passage Restoration Project, California Trout will restore access for returning adult coho salmon to approximately seven miles of spawning and rearing…

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Restore salmonid populations in the Scott River, a key tributary and mid-Klamath nursery, by restoring spawning and rearing habitat, stream flows, water quality and other ecological factors…

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Restore salmonid populations in the Shasta River, a key tributary and nursery of the mid-Klamath River, by restoring spawning and rearing habitat, stream flows, water quality and other ecological factors…

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Fall River Wild Trout Program

Protect California’s largest spring-fed river, over 30 miles of wild and native trout habitat, and one million acre-feet per year of cold, clean volcanic spring water that provides habitat for fish native…

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Protect three miles of pristine salmon habitat on the Upper Sacramento and McCloud Rivers (wild blue ribbon trout fisheries) from flooding.

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Restore wild trout populations in Hat Creek to over 5,000 fish per mile, restore 1.5 miles of instream habitat with large woody debris structures, and protect cultural resources on over 5,000 acres …

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Cedar Creek Barrier Removal

Restore migratory access to approximately 9 miles of salmon and rainbow trout habitat. Protect important cold water refuges in the South Fork Eel River.

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Remove the Northwestern Pacific Railroad barrier at the mouth of Woodman Creek and restore the historic canal mouth configuration to allow unimpeded access to coho, chinook and rainbow trout at the 10-14. ..

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Elk River Recovery Program

Recovering the Elk River from the current degradation of water and sediment quality, damaging flood conditions, habitat degradation, reduced salmonid population, and resulting community conflicts …

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Educate international mining companies on current threats to the pristine North Fork of the Smith River.

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Renovation of infrastructure in the event of flooding

Renovate flood protection infrastructure in the Tisdale and Sutter bypasses to improve fish passage; improving water use efficiency; create floodplain nursery habitat for endangered salmonids; and increase…

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To demonstrate scientifically that the productivity created by shallow inundation of floodplains is fundamental to sustaining self-sustaining populations of fish and wildlife in the Central Valley.

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Searsville Dam Fish Passage

Ensure the long-term passage of juvenile and adult rainbow trout in San Francisquito Creek past the Searsville Dam on San Francisquito Creek by working with Stanford University, a resource agency, an organization at non-profit…

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Fish food in the agricultural fields of the floodplains

Bringing together farmers, conservationists, universities, and state and federal agencies to demonstrate innovative solutions to reintegrate fish food created in floodplain wetlands back into the river…

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