A Restored Habitat Grows Up

With the summer heat coming to an end, the irrigation season is drying up. Our crews have been busy out at the Honolulu Bar restoration site this Read More…

Sticky Mess Success

As anyone who’s worked in tidal mudflats knows, even the simplest tasks – like walking – can become surprisingly difficult in muddy terrain. While our biologists are Read More…

A Happy Accident: Restoration at Liberty Island

Habitat restoration is a big undertaking in California’s highly modified Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, with many projects taking years, if not decades, to plan and implement before seeing Read More…

Broadcasting the future

Habitat restoration is no small feat: it requires years of monitoring and constant effort to repair and maintain a healthy restored habitat. Monitoring the performance of a Read More…

The rabbit and the coyote brush

Since we are pretty fish-centric people here at FISHBIO, when we think of floodplains we tend to think of Chinook salmon and Sacramento splittail. But a recent Read More…

Planting time!

With a small crew, we successfully planted native seedlings at our restoration site along the Stanislaus River (see Brute Force! and Fill ‘er Up). Planting native trees Read More…

Fill ‘er up

[gallery link="file" ids="7979,7980,7981"] We’ve done a fair amount of carrying buckets of water over the years, so we decided to go big in order to keep our Read More…

Brute force!

Sometimes conservation biology requires brute force… FISHBIO biologists and technicians are hard at work preparing planting holes for native riparian trees and shrubs. As part of a Read More…