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February 27, 2020 Staff of the Kings River Fisheries Management Program and local volunteers of all ages gathered for another successful trout fry release on the Kings River. Thousands of trout fry were released at different locations along a 9-mile stretch of river from the incubator building near the Army Corps of Engineers bridge to […]

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Kings River Fisheries Management Program surveys fish populations with a snorkel survey

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Are you an outdoor enthusiast? An aspiring or seasoned environmental professional? A nature devotee? Interested in water resources management? It’s that time of year again…we are now recruiting volunteers for the annual fish population survey! Join us this December for a day or two…or six! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY to spend a day e-fishing in the Kings River […]

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The Kings River Fisheries Management Program is seeking ongoing and single-day volunteers to assist with all aspects of the trout incubator program. The incubator program is responsible for the release of over 200,000 trout fry into the Kings River each year, and requires the help of volunteers like you to contribute to our local river’s […]

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This November, local participants donned waders and boots to join us for five days in the Kings River. The annual Kings River population survey called on local volunteers and KRFMP member-agency employees of Kings River Conservation District (KRCD), Kings River Water Association (KRWA), and the CA Department of Fish and Wildlife (CA DFW) to assist […]

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Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA), features Environmental Program Manger Heidi Isner in the March 2018 “Faces of Water” newsletter. Click here to view the full feature.

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Volunteers and Kings River Conservation Staff work together to enhance Kings River Watershed Friday, April 27, 2018 Over 70,000 rainbow trout fry were released into the Kings River as part of the Kings River Fisheries Management Program’s efforts to enhance Kings River health and biodiversity. The trout release ensures a diversity of trout age classes […]

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