Help Protect Threatened Steelhead Trout in the Petaluma Watershed
Steelhead trout in the Petaluma River are threatened and they need your help. RETU members and volunteers together with the United Anglers of Casa Grande are invested in restoring this waterways through riparian habitat restoration, river clean-ups, education and monitoring work.
RETU won a $4000 grant from Trout Unlimited National's Embrace a Stream program to support a collaborative program for TU members, students, teachers and resource agencies, helping to build out an advanced conservation curriculum for students enrolled in the United Anglers of Casa Grande fisheries education program at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma.
The United Anglers of Casa Grande, Inc. is an established 501©3 non-profit educational organization whose purpose is to promote environmental awareness and activism through hands-on habitat restoration that supports the survival and recovery of federally threatened salmonids. United Anglers students operate and maintain a state-of-the-art conservation fish hatchery on the Casa Grande High School campus in Petaluma, CA, learning a range of relevant skills through practical application and intensive environmental curriculum.
Look out for great opportunities to get involved with this program in the future, as well as other volunteer opportunities to work on watershed conservation.
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