Our restoration leader on California’s Central Coast takes his steelheading, and steelhead conservation, very seriously.
Field Day Friday: Releasing rescued steelhead into the Pacific Ocean
For this week’s Field Day Friday, we have a guest scientist, Riley Gallagher, providing us an update on his work with steelhead in the Carmel River on the central coast of California.
A bridge over No Name Road
A longtime landowner’s love of his rural California land and the tiny steelhead stream that flows through it is key to the success of a challenging TU-led fish passage project Bruce Dormody was born and raised on a secluded, 2600-acre property in the hills above Carmel Valley, California, operated for decades as San Clemente Rancho, a private recreational retreat on …
Science Friday: Revisiting the Carmel River Steelhead Mitigation Program
Written by Natalie Stauffer-Olsen, PhD, TU Staff Scientist Every now and then we publish something that prompts a reaction from the authors of a report we analyze or others in the science world. This happened with our recent post on the Carmel River that focused on some biological and ecological aspects explored in the paper “Size-conditional smolting and the …