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Environment

Fish Barrier Will Help Save Sacramento River Salmon

October 22, 2015 | Amy Quinton

A newly constructed project will prevent adult salmon from straying off their migratory path.

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Environment

Drought May Mean The End For Some Native Fish

May 12, 2015 | Amy Quinton

The drought in California is taking a heavy toll on native fish. Some experts fear if the drought lasts much longer, it may be a death knell for some species.

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Environment

Project Would Bring Salmon Back To North Yuba River

May 7, 2015 | Amy Quinton

Spring-run Chinook salmon could return to historic Sierra Nevada spawning habitat on North Yuba River under initiative.

California Department of Water Resources

Environment

Endangered Delta Smelt May Be Extinct

March 16, 2015 | Amy Quinton

A small endangered fish that plays a pivotal role in California’s water wars may well be on its way out. Populations of the Delta smelt have plummeted to their lowest levels ever.

Patrick Koepele / Tuolomne River Trust

Millions In Grants For Salmon And Steelhead Habitat

February 11, 2015 | Bob Moffitt

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has approved millions of dollars in grants for dozens of projects designed to help fish habitat.

Environment

Wildlife Agencies See Collapse of 2014 Winter Run Salmon

January 27, 2015 | Amy Quinton

California and federal wildlife agencies say the entire winter-run of naturally-spawning Chinook salmon may have collapsed in 2014. The agencies will begin releasing triple the number of hatchery-raised juveniles next week.

Environment

Study: 181 California Dams Key For Fish Survival

October 22, 2014 | Ed Joyce

UC Davis researchers have identified 'high priority' dams in California where releasing water may be a key for the survival of native fish species.

Climate Change May Be Impacting Fish Spawning Numbers

October 13, 2014 | Ky Plaskon

The US Forest Service says falling numbers of spawning fish in streams around Lake Tahoe appear to be the result of climate change.

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