All in or not?

Success for a Chinook salmon is defined as successfully spawning once, then dying – a reproduction strategy known as semelparity. Most do not meet this goal of Read More…

Outmigration complete!

Now that all the salmon in the Tuolumne River have hatched and migrated downstream, our crew have made quick work of removing a rotary screw trap for 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…

HTI acoustic tracking and tag description

The Vernalis Adaptive Management Program (VAMP) is an effort by private and public interests to evaluate and improve downstream migrating Chinook survival in the San Joaquin Basin. Read More…