Wrapping Up a Welcome Water Year

When plumes of dust rise over almond and walnut orchards from the harvest and truckloads of fresh chopped corn make their way along the country roads to Read More…

Film Friday: Replenishing a River

https://youtu.be/-yM9gfiIQLA In today's Film Friday, we follow the evolution of Honolulu Bar in the Stanislaus River through a restoration and floodplain enhancement project. The project including leveling Read More…

Flashback Friday: Slime Time

Are you ready to celebrate National Hagfish Day next week? If not, hopefully today's Flashback Friday can put you in the mood for slime. The third Wednesday Read More…

Fresh new coat for an ugly old boat

When Old Red rolled into the shop she looked a little rough around the edges, but this 17-foot North River outboard still had a lot of life Read More…

American Dippers Defy Songbird Stereotypes

Songbirds aren’t typically thought of as water-loving fowl, but the American dipper (Cinculus mexicanus) breaks from that stereotype. Living almost exclusively on flowing streams, this species is Read More…

Flashback Friday: Walk the Line

In today's Flashback Friday, we describe how we "walk the line" during the process of backpack electrofishing to survey fishes. Learn more about our backpack electrofishing rentals Read More…