two trains in reenactment of the 1869 Golden Spike ceremony
San Joaquin River

How Did Non-Native Fish Get Here?

In the section of the San Joaquin River that runs between Fresno and Madera counties, there is a long history of non-native fish plantings dating back to the 1870s. Just five years after the “Golden Spike” was driven into the final section of track that completed the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869, Dr. Livingston Stone of …

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Educational Programs

Our Educational Outreach Continues All Summer

Aquarius Aquarium Institute’s California tide pool animals make the rounds visiting numerous summer programs throughout Fresno, Clovis and many of our under-served rural communities. Our engaging educational outreach focuses on our aquatic world and instills a sense of responsibility in the students we reach with our conservation message. Of course we are always looking forward …

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Roy Jura

Roy Richard Jura
JUNE 2, 1928 – SEPTEMBER 5, 2018

It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of Roy, who first donated five, then ten acres..

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