Mushrooms underwater

Fish are not the only gilled residents inhabiting the crystal clear waters of Oregon’s Rogue River. A recently discovered species of mushroom, Psathyrella aquatica, has been described Read More…

A River’s New Course

It’s a rather surreal feeling to stand at the bottom of what was once a reservoir. Some our staff recently toured the restoration in progress at the Read More…

Toxic soup in the plastic age

By the year 2050, the amount of plastic in the world’s oceans may outweigh all of the fish combined. This astonishing and disturbing projection was recently published Read More…

The Language of Hydropower

Earlier this year, two of our biologists had the opportunity to attend ASIA 2016, the Sixth International Conference on Water Resources and Hydropower Development, in Lao PDR. Read More…

Tuolumne River Takes Center Stage

The Tuolumne River was recently in the spotlight at the 2nd Annual Tuolumne River Film and Culture Festival in Atherton, California. The festival helped to raise awareness Read More…

It’s Snow Joke: Fish Need Snowpack

Fish might be the furthest thing on the minds of skiers and snowboarders carving the Sierra slopes, but the amount of mountain snowpack that accumulates in winter Read More…