Photo Friday: Thank You and Best Fishes

Our staff really enjoy educational outreach opportunities that let us interact with students, and receiving a thoughtful and creative piece of art like this one is added Read More…

Big Effects in Small Communities

At FISHBIO, we value helping our local communities connect with the natural world that we are fortunate to study, as well as helping people understand changes happening Read More…

Bugging Out

One of the activities we take the most pride in is providing educational opportunities for children in the communities where we work. From small rural villages in Read More…

Off the charts

Migrating salmon make drawing graphs much more fun. At least, that’s our hope when we share the weekly salmon counts from the Stanislaus River with several classrooms Read More…

Following the Salmon Homecoming

Fall is homecoming season for a variety of migrating fish species, including fall-run Chinook salmon on the Stanislaus River. After two or three years of living in Read More…

Larger than life

"In the end we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are taught." As Read More…

Water bug education

Small bugs can help tell a big-picture story about the conditions of their environment. FISHBIO is currently working on a participatory water quality monitoring program in Lao Read More…