Bottled Water

Raw water, also known as natural water, is water that comes directly from the environment and has not been subjected to any treatment to make it suitable Read More…

A spinning fish screen

FISHBIO has helped install some large fish screens to prevent small fish from getting entrained in water diversions over the years, but sometimes we are reminded that Read More…

Rainbow Trout Hit Hard by Hot Water

The Stanislaus River is home to one of the largest populations of rainbow trout in California’s Central Valley, but a new report shows the fish have suffered Read More…

What goes up must come down

Tens of thousands of steelhead previously migrated through Santa Cruz on their way up the San Lorenzo River, and anglers would line the banks to fish in Read More…

Water not wasted

One of the few benefits of a drought is that people suddenly become acutely aware of where their water comes from – yet many of us still Read More…

Tuolumne River Takes Center Stage

The Tuolumne River was recently in the spotlight at the 2nd Annual Tuolumne River Film and Culture Festival in Atherton, California. The festival helped to raise awareness Read More…

Greening up

Earth Day (today) is a good reminder for all of us to take stock of our efforts to reduce our impact on the planet, and find ways Read More…

Where the water hogs reside

Back in January of 2014, Governor Jerry Brown asked California residents to cut water use by 20 percent in the midst of this Exceptional Drought. Since July Read More…

Climate coin toss

In recognition of World Water Day, we thought it relevant to revisit the drought situation in California. Although we have received a dose of precipitation over the Read More…