Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center
Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center
Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center
University of California
Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center

Posts Tagged: Spawning

Collaborative Efforts Promote Healthy Ecosystems on the Lower Yuba River

Gravel injection on the lower Yuba River below Englebright dam

Summertime draws scores of people from the region to the Yuba River for a variety of reasons. Recreation is frequently the biggest attraction with cool water for swimming, shallow stretches for fishing, mild rapids for kayaking, and a variety of other...

Posted on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 9:57 AM
  • Author: Maddison Easley

Lower Yuba River Management Team Hosts Symposium at SFREC

Over 60 members of the public and agency officials participated.

The Yuba River is an important waterway and landmark for many locals. It may offer the perfect fishing hole or a place to cool off on a warm summer day, while others might simply drive along it on their commute to work. For the Lower Yuba River Accord:...

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 10:19 AM
  • Author: Ben Granholm
Tags: Chinook Salmon (3), Natural Resources (11), Outdoor Recreation (5), Outreach (31), SFREC (71), Spawning (3), UCCE (19), Water (5), Yuba River (7)

Yuba River Rehabilitation

Gravel & cobble is injected into the river to create better spawning habitat.

   Just keep swimming… just keep swimming… is the imagined mantra for the anadromous salmonids that are currently making their way up waterways statewide. However, many of these hardy fish struggle to find adequate spawning ground...

Posted on Monday, September 9, 2013 at 1:17 PM
  • Author: Maddison Easley
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