Latest from steelhead
September 30, 2013 by Alessandra Bergamin
A new project from The Nature Conservancy looks into the state of California’s wild salmon populations.
September 30, 2013 by Glen Martin
Our native fish may be down, but they’re not out, they’re hanging on in ecosystems they once ruled. And biologists and environmental advocates alike are working to make things better. The fish have advocates, and the exhibit is a tool for that advocacy, a means of engaging the public at large.
June 30, 2013 by Daniel McGlynn
A new study aims to see how well our steelhead trout are doing AFTER they’ve grown up a bit. Are they getting big enough to survive in the ocean?
July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature
CEMAR’s current focus is the restoration of steelhead and salmon in California, to identify durable strategies for sustainable management of California’s coastal watersheds. CEMAR is also working to educate all sectors of our society about the science of climate change and the need to take action now to prevent major human and economic consequences in the future.
February 10, 2011 by Erica Reder
Things are looking up for the steelhead trout of Alameda Creek. A revised plan to replace the Calaveras Dam includes several features that will benefit the federally threatened fish. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) approved the project on January 27, 2011, ending years of discussion with conservation groups and federal agencies.
August 27, 2010 by Vanessa Thill
Sarah Kupferberg, a research scientist at UC Berkeley, is fascinated by foothill yellow-legged frogs, once common but now scarce in Alameda Creek. The SF Public Utilities Commission is rebuilding the Calavares Dam, and the way that dam gets managed may well determine the fate of these rare frogs.