of California salmonids are likely to be extinct in the next 50 years.
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Climate Change

Climate Change is one of the biggest threats to native fish. As temperatures rise, it is getting harder and harder for trout to survive. Water levels are lower, water temperatures are rising, and rivers are flooding. Rising temperatures open up waterways to non-native fish and floods wash waste and sentiment into watersheds at unnatural rates.
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Invasive Fish

Non-native species, including warmer water fish like smallmouth bass and chubs, are spreading into pristine watersheds that was once optimal trout habitat.
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Stop the Drought, Save the Trout

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