THE CURRENT: The fish food project; A community effort to recover the Elk River; A legacy of advocacy; and more …

Hot off the digital press! Bringing you the June 2020 Issue of The Current, CalTrout’s online magazine. The featured story this issue dives deep into our Fish Food on Floodplain Farm Fields Project in the Central Valley. This study shows promise for using fields on the “dry side” of levees to grow food for imperiled Central Valley salmon. Also in this issue:

A Community Effort to Recover the Elk River – Creating a community-supported recovery plan to restore estuary habitat for salmon and steelhead in the Elk River.

California Trout Fishing Regulation Change Process Update – everything you need to know about the recent CDFW fishing regulation change discussion.

A Formula for Success – CalTrout is experiencing exponential growth. In the past year alone, we have leveraged our member’s support into a record $22 million in public and private grants. Spoiler alert – our members make it all possible!

A Legacy of Advocacy – Conservation in the time of Coronavirus. Staff Attorney, Redgie Collins, shares our legislative approach during these uncertain times.

Craig’s Corner – Digging into the history of the LA River and honoring Lewis MacAdams, founder of Friends of the LA River.

Click here to read this issue of The Current.

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