Check out the cards developed by Caltrans to describe anadromous fish construction considerations here.
Check out the Forum's newest case study on fish passage project effectiveness monitoring here.
Check out this new peer-reviewed publication on the dam effects on streams and fish assemblages in the United States here.
The Forum supported four projects in 2016: The Manly Gulch Coho Access and Habitat Restoration Project, the Central California Traction Company Railroad Bridge Fish Passage Improvement Project, the Pacific Lamprey Passage Assessment Database Project, and the Juvenile Fish Passage Criteria Assessment Project.
The next Forum meeting will be in Ventura, California May 2-3, 2017. Stay tuned for the agenda.
View the February 2017 Coastal Fish Habitat Partnerships newsletter.
The Forum released a new report, "Fish Passage Monitoring Methods," which recommends a set of best management practices associated with fish passage monitoring.
Website updated March 21, 2017.
If you have questions about the California Fish Passage Forum, please contact the Forum's Chair:
(510) 286-0720, or the Forum Coordinator:
Lisa DeBruyckere(503) 371-5939