A Drought-Quenching Deluge

Many areas in California are still recovering from the previous weeks of torrential rainfall, caused by an atmospheric river. As large amounts of precipitation have swept across Read More…

Flashback Friday: Seeing Red

Tonight marks the start of the Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year. While 2017 is the Year of the Rooster, we thought it was Read More…

The Greater Mekong Forum

The Greater Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy is the largest meeting that focuses on the costs and benefits of balancing water, food, and energy necessary Read More…

Film Friday: Heavy Metal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiXhmv5m_pI Today's Film Friday pick is "Heavy Metal: Installing a Rigid Weir," which features a team effort by our crew to build and install a rigid weir Read More…

Counting Herring

FISHBIO fabricators have adapted their weir building skills to suit a new species for our team: herring. We designed a novel custom rigid weir that was portable, Read More…

Photo Friday: Big Fish

There are still giants in the rivers. During our surveys of salmon carcasses on the Stanislaus River this season, we came upon this massive male Chinook salmon Read More…

Hard Hat Zone

While development can disturb waterways, in some cases it can be beneficial to fish. The Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency has completed the construction of a modern, fish-friendly Read More…