Trash on the trail

Given the complex nature of many challenges and threats facing the natural world, from climate change to human development, it might seem the problem of litter is Read More…

Toxic soup in the plastic age

By the year 2050, the amount of plastic in the world’s oceans may outweigh all of the fish combined. This astonishing and disturbing projection was recently published Read More…

The Annual Cleanup Challenge

Participating in Coastal Cleanup Day has become an annual event for the FISHBIO crew (see River Stewards, Keeping our Rivers Clean, and California Cleanup Day), and this Read More…

Trash into Art

While traveling the Oregon coast this summer, one of our FISHBIO biologists discovered a spectacular art exhibit in Bandon, Oregon. It’s not the kind of art exhibit Read More…

Keeping our rivers clean

On Saturday, September 20, FISHBIO joined various volunteer organizations in a number of our local rivers and streams to take part in the Great Sierra River Cleanup. Read More…

Riverside trash run

As summer temperatures climb and sweltering heat bakes the Central Valley, crowds of people flock to local rivers and streams to seek relief in the cool, flowing Read More…

Friend or foe?

What keeps your coffee warm during winter, your beer cool during summer, is something affordable and convenient, and just might accompany you home after a night out? Read More…

Cleanup coalition

Last Saturday, for the second year in a row, a number of groups and entities joined together with the public to clean up the banks of the Read More…