Video: Fish Food Project Animation

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The last of the rice has been harvested, but that does not mean the growing season is over!

Article: When Water Worries Often Pit Farms vs. Fish, a Sacramento Valley Farm Is Trying To Address The Needs Of Both

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Water Education Foundation has published this great article about River Garden Farms’s efforts to aid salmon.

MEDIA: Bug Breeding In Floodplains Meant To Help Salmon Food Supply

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CBS Sacramento featured River Garden Farm’s collaborative Fish Food project with UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences and California Trout to help boost salmon populations.

Article: Habitat work shows benefits for protected salmon

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River Garden Farms is featured as part of this article in AgAlert, which mentions both our Fish Food and Rearing Habitat projects!

Article: Farmers, fish advocates team up to save the salmon

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Our Fish Food project has been featured in the Davis Enterprise… Another great article on how the partnership of Science and Ag is benefiting salmon!

Media: A ‘Floating Fillet”: Rice Farms Grow Bugs to Help Restore California’s Salmon

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California Public Radio featured a segment on our Fish Food project!

River Garden Farms is Making MORE Fish Food!

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Following the success of our 2016/2017 inaugural Fish Food Program, (see River Garden Farms is Making Fish Food) River Garden Farms is once again contributing to the revitalization of fish food on the traditional flood plain in the Sacramento Valley.

Media: How Rice Farmers Restore Sac Endangered Fish Population

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Sacramento’s NBC affiliate KCRA 3  has recently featured a segment on the fish food generating efforts by River Garden Farms and other rice farmers in the area!

Fish Food Project: A Closer Look

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The team from UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences came by to take their weekly field samples, and we were able to get a few photos and ask Eric Holmes a couple of questions about that little pink bag.

Article: Could rice fields save endangered salmon in the Sacramento Valley?

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The LA Times has published an article on ways that rice farmers are contributing to saving salmon in the Sacramento Valley, including River Garden Farms and our Fish Food project!