The California Fish Passage Forum is a nationally recognized Fish Habitat Partnership as part of the National Fish Habitat Partnership. We are association of public, private and governmental organizations that connects project partners with long-term funding for fish passage projects, provides design and implementation assistance, and connects practitioners with options for streamlined permitting to restore connectivity of freshwater habitats throughout the historic range of target anadromous fish species including coho and chinook salmon, steelhead and sturgeon, and pacific lamprey.
295 Miles of Improved Access
Forum supported projects have
resulted in improved access to spawning and rearing habitat for threatened & endangered anadromous fish.