A River’s New Course

It’s a rather surreal feeling to stand at the bottom of what was once a reservoir. Some our staff recently toured the restoration in progress at the Read More…

California’s largest dam removal

The largest dam removal project in California history is underway. After years of studies and preparation, the 106-foot-tall San Clemente Dam on the Carmel River is in Read More…

A small obstacle

Standing just 24 feet tall, Daguerre Point Dam on the Yuba River is a dwarf compared to most mainstem dams on California’s Central Valley rivers, which tower Read More…

Double rainbow – where does it lead?

Always on a mission to capture the diverse and unusual impressions afforded by our work, we recently witnessed this beautiful double rainbow — which appeared to end Read More…

Dam trout

Dams reduce the abundance of wild anadromous fish, such as salmon and steelhead, by cutting off access to historical spawning habitat. Our drive for flood control and Read More…