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…

A Drought that Defies the Odds

You have probably seen the recent headlines, “California Enters 6th Year of Drought.” The 2016 water year ended on September 30, marking the end of our fifth Read More…

Rainbow Trout Hit Hard by Hot Water

The Stanislaus River is home to one of the largest populations of rainbow trout in California’s Central Valley, but a new report shows the fish have suffered 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…

El Niño and Drought in the Mekong Basin

El Niño may have brought some drought relief to California in 2016, but the same weather pattern has induced drought-related stress in other places around the world, Read More…

What Difference did El Niño Make?

The question on the minds of many Californians is, “Has the forecasted Monster El Niño put an end to the drought?” In the months leading up to Read More…