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…

Tackling Invasive Iceplant

River clean-ups and restoration are a regular activity for our staff in Oakdale and Chico, so our Santa Cruz office was excited for the chance to take Read More…

Not just stealing kisses

As temperatures rise around California in anticipation of spring, some of us around the Oakdale office are keeping our eyes open for the last vestiges of winter. Read More…

Green tunnels of invasive weeds

The rich green foliage and delicate flowers of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) may appear ornate and decorative in backyard ponds, but the vigorous growth of this South Read More…

The table is set

For some California ground squirrels living near the ocean, there appears to be no shortage of succulent treats, as large mats of invasive iceplant (Carpobrotus edulis) cover Read More…

Purple sea

Spring blooms of lupine lend shades of blue and purple to otherwise featureless gravel bars and dry side channels in watersheds throughout California. Lupines, like many other Read More…

Plant a tree, help a salmon

Do you like working outdoors? Want to help restore important fish habitat on the Stanislaus River? FISHBIO and River Partners are looking for volunteers to plant native Read More…