Smell Your Way Home

The Coastal Watershed Council recently asked our Santa Cruz office to lead a tour about river flow and the life of an anadromous fish as part of 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…

Earth Day in Santa Cruz

The City of Santa Cruz has hosted a community Earth Day event on the banks of the San Lorenzo River for many years – and this year Read More…

A salmonid celebration

This year marked the 7th anniversary of the Stanislaus River Salmon Festival in the historic community of Knight’s Ferry, California. The festival is a free event geared Read More…

Learning to do, doing to learn

“Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve” – this is the motto of the Future Farmers of America (FFA). Not long ago, Read More…

Making responsibility our business

As researchers, we focus on sound science and as a company, we root ourselves in the principles of business. But at FISHBIO, we also value a third Read More…

2014 Salmon Run Results

A big thank you to everyone who came out to participate in our 5k Salmon Run and made the event such a success! The race results can Read More…

Growing girls in STEM

What comes to mind when you hear this word: ‘scientist’? If you pictured a gray-haired man in a lab coat that looks remarkably like Albert Einstein, then Read More…

Working at the fish museum

In the name of the Thai region Pak Mun, Pak refers to a “river mouth” or “confluence,” and Mun is the name of a river, meaning “inheritance.” Read More…