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  • Update on Commercial Dungeness Crab

    Update on Commercial Dungeness Crab

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) completed the most recent marine life entanglement risk assessment under the Risk Assessment Mitigation Program (RAMP).

  • A WORD FROM OUR PRESIDENT

    A WORD FROM OUR PRESIDENT

    A voice in the legislative decisions made by our elected officials and to function as a watchdog over fish management decisions made by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

  • Our Living Delta: An Online Benefit

    Our Living Delta: An Online Benefit

    This benefit is so important because it is for the recovery for our organization and will support the work that we are doing for the estuary.

  • Nimbus Hatchery Virtual Tot Time

    Nimbus Hatchery Virtual Tot Time

    The popular story time program hosted by Nimbus Hatchery is back in a virtual format!

  • An illegal game fish was also discovered

    An illegal game fish was also discovered

    During the inspection, several large Red Snapper were found in ...

  • 2021 California grunion runs

    2021 California grunion runs

    2021 Schedule of Expected California Grunion Runs Available, Input on Grunion Fishing Sought

  • 2021 trout season here in Mono County

    2021 trout season here in Mono County

    Some incredibly high winds (up to 75mph!) kept many away for the first few days but those winds are calming down now.

  • Alamo Lake fish sampling surveys conducted

    Alamo Lake fish sampling surveys conducted

    AZGFD staff recently went out to Alamo Lake

  • Delta Flows: Actions Over Words

    Delta Flows: Actions Over Words

    Today, at the beginning of a significant drought, we are holding less water in our reservoirs than we did at the beginning of the 2013-14 drought.

  • Hundreds of fish transferred to Idaho for research

    Hundreds of fish transferred to Idaho for research

    In an effort to better understand the impact that lake trout have on the underwater ecosystem at Bear Lake, researchers are analyzing the effects of a project 20 years in the making.

  • Seeking volunteers to protect sturgeon along Black River

    Seeking volunteers to protect sturgeon along Black River

    Stand guard as mature lake sturgeon head upstream to their spawning sites along the Black River.

  • Hell Creek State Park lease agreement proposal

    Hell Creek State Park lease agreement proposal

    The Montana State Parks and Recreation Board will meet April 27 to discuss a proposal to enter a two-year, no-cost lease agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the operation and maintenance of Hell Creek State Park on Fort Peck Reservoir. The proposal includes the option of two one-year extensions.

  • Governor Newsom criticizd by Salmon advocates

    Governor Newsom criticizd by Salmon advocates

    On a dry section of extremely low Lake Mendocino on Wednesday, California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a regional state of emergency for the Russian River Watershed

  • Invasive Seaweed Found

    Invasive Seaweed Found

    Multiple federal, state and local agencies have been notified of an invasive algae species discovered in Newport Bay, Calif.

  • Where do the Delta's harmful algal blooms come from?

    Where do the Delta's harmful algal blooms come from?

    Earth-observing satellites from NASA and its partners have a unique perspective from which to study the links between water and other parts of the Earth system

  • Boating Access Improvements Coming to Delta Port Marina

    Boating Access Improvements Coming to Delta Port Marina

    The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Marine Resources Division (MRD) will begin renovating the parking and shoreline areas

  • Salmon season dates set

    Salmon season dates set

    The seasons provide recreational and commercial opportunities for most of the Pacific coast and achieve conservation goals for the numerous salmon stocks on the West Coast.

  • US tuna fisheries study explores climate change

    US tuna fisheries study explores climate change

    A new study published in Elementa by researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz and NOAA examines traditional aspects of seafood sustainability alongside greenhouse gas emissions to better understand the 'carbon footprint' of U.S. tuna fisheries.

  • 2021 Virtual Salmonid Restoration Conference

    2021 Virtual Salmonid Restoration Conference

    Even if you don't register for the conference, you can still participate in the Gather Film event or our special online auction.

  • Delta Flows: Recall Politics? No Thanks.

    Delta Flows: Recall Politics? No Thanks.

    Because Restore the Delta is focused on water quality issues, flood control issues, future planning, and training the next generation of local water experts – for that is where hope exists.