Anticipating an increase in whitewater rafters in a year of record precipitation, outfitting company O.A.R.S. went to the swift-running American River for a recent training session to prepare rafting guides for the high water and challenging conditions they will face.
State biologists spent Monday in the small channel below the Fremont Weir at the top of the Yolo Bypass trying to wrangle salmon, sturgeon and other fish that get stranded every year when floodwaters recede.
After flows were halted Monday from Oroville Dam's fractured spillway, it severely reduced the levels on the Feather River downstream, stranding thousands of fish. State fish biologists are going to work through at least Saturday rescuing them.
The Missouri Department of Conservation wants to use your old Christmas trees to help fishermen and the fish population. This video will show you how to pick the best lures to use in those lakes near St. Clair and Madison County, Illinois.
Chris Conlin, city parks director, talks about Sacramento's $3 million plan to upgrade major “regional” parks, including Miller, Granite, Sutters Landing, Del Paso and North Natomas, as well as parkways and bikeways. The new annual money will come from funds that otherwise would be used for smaller neighborhood parks.
Happy Thanksgiving wishes from the runners, walkers and spectators at Sacramento's Run to Feed the Hungry 2016. The race, which benefits Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, drew a record 29,0002 runners and walkers on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, 2016.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, was the first day the fish ladder at Nimbus Fish Hatchery was opened for the fall run of Chinook salmon, giving those impressive fish some important help in successfully going through their life cycle.
Outside World Columbus manager Henry Jackson uses an Astral Type III Paddle Sports and Sailing vest to demonstrate how to properly secure a personal flotation device. Getting your life on correctly is the best way to avoid water tragedy, especially important for the Labor Day weekend, when revelers are expected to be on area rivers and lakes in large numbers.