Will Klamath dam removal continue to move forward during the Trump administration? Tom Wheeler hosted Thursday Night Talk alongside guests Craig Tucker and Mike Belchik. They discussed the largest planned dam removal in human history and potential obstacles along the way. 

Eel River Dam Removal Update

Oct 5, 2017
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"We have this wonderful habitat at the headwaters, which is fed most of the year by snowmelt, and the fish can't get there." 

Get Involved in Eel River Dam Removal

Jul 20, 2017

"More recent research has shown that there were evolutionary events millions of years ago that caused this divergence. They were random events and they're not, as you might imagine, likely to happen again in any reasonable time scale. Once those fish are gone, their genotype is gone". Samatha Kannry talks about pre-mature migrating fish like spring chinook and summer steelhead, how their genetic variance evolved, and why they are more vulnerable to human induced changes to habitat than their later-run cousins.

Now is your chance to get involved in Eel River dam removal. Join host Alicia Hamann, Administrative Director for Friends of the Eel River and guests Scott Greacen, and Samatha Kannry, to learn about the Eel River dams' impact to native fish. Click here to submit comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by August 4.

Causes of Salmon and Steelhead Decline in the Eel River

Jun 29, 2017

Learn about the key drivers of salmon and steelhead decline in the Eel River. 

Scott Greacen, Executive Director for Friends of the Eel River and Darren Mierau, North Coast Program Director for California Trout discuss a new report from CalTrout and the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences - State of Salmonids 2: Fish in Hot Water.

EcoNews Report: State of Salmonids

Jun 1, 2017

Salmonids in California have been struggling for decades and this study suggests 75% of California salmonids are likely to go extinct in the next century.

Friends of the Eel River's Executive Director Scott Greacen and Admin Director Alicia Hamann discuss the State of Salmonids Report just published by California Trout and UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences.