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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San Joaquin River Restoration Final Program Environmental Impact Statement/Report Released

The Bureau of Reclamation and the California Department of Water Resources today released their Final Program Environmental Impact Statement/Report for the San Joaquin River Restoration. The joint document describes the direct, indirect and cumulative impacts of implementing the NRDC, et al., v. Rodgers, et al. Settlement that resolved more than 18 years of litigation related …

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