Antenna Assembly Line

When we are juggling multiple projects or working under tight deadlines, our talented fabricators at the FABLAB shift into high gear, often putting in early mornings and Read More…

Fish in a dry stream

The Arroyo Seco River, a major tributary of the Salinas River on California’s central coast, could be said to be a river of multiple personalities. No dams Read More…

Digging deeper on fish and flows

Everyone knows that fish need water – but just how much water is often a subject of debate, especially when it comes to fish in California’s highly Read More…

Electrifying brew

If you’ve been following our blog, you know some of us at FISHBIO have been brewing craft beer as a hobby for a number of years, and Read More…

By-the-Wind Sailors

Earlier this summer, some California beaches were carpeted in red, thanks to masses of pelagic red crabs, while others were blanketed in blue. The West Coast was Read More…

Electrifying brew

If you’ve been following our blog, you know some of us at FISHBIO have been brewing craft beer as a hobby for a number of years, and Read More…

Rigid by Design

Using fish counting weirs to tally migrating salmonids is familiar territory for FISHBIO: we have been operating these devices on multiple rivers for over a decade, and Read More…

Rigid by Design

Using fish counting weirs to tally migrating salmonids is familiar territory for FISHBIO: we have been operating these devices on multiple rivers for over a decade, and Read More…

An efficient exchange

Just like animals on land, fish need oxygen to survive – but rather than breathing air, fish extract their oxygen from the water around them. This is Read More…