STEPping Out: Using Salmon as a Teaching Tool

When it comes to teaching young students complicated ecological concepts, such as life cycles, food webs, and evolutionary adaptations, salmon make an ideal teaching tool. These remarkable Read More…

Film Friday: Snorkel School

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIDUVLcYsKc Today we're going back to school – snorkel school, that is! Our Film Friday highlights outreach work with Chico State University, where we taught students in Read More…

Supporting Women in Fisheries Science

Women have been forging careers in fisheries science since the early 1900s, following in the footsteps of early pioneers such as Rosa Mabel Lee, the first woman Read More…

Endangered Species in the Spotlight

At FISHBIO, we’re big fans of building (slightly) larger-than-life fish puppets to parade at the Butte Environmental Council’s annual Endangered Species Faire. Our truly giant Mekong Giant Read More…

Film Friday: Fish Puppets on Parade in Laos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaLpYikiLI8 World Fish Migration Day is just one week away on April 21! To get ready, we're revisiting this video we made to celebrate the 2016 World Read More…

Curiosity in the Classroom

Why do salmon fry have yolk sacs? What do salmon do when they go to the ocean? What do they eat? Why do salmon die when they Read More…

Scientific Supplies for Lao Students

Students in three rural villages in Laos now have some new tools for checking the health of their local rivers in streams. For several years, FISHBIO has Read More…