California Trout, Inc.
Solving complex resource issues while balancing the needs of wild fish and people.
David Brower, heroic environmental visionary
California Trout’s monthly givers are the bedrock of our supporter “Stronghold”. Stronghold Circle donors understand that the work protecting wild fish, implementing large-scale restoration, and promoting reconciliation ecology is critical and it is ongoing.
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Your donation today ensures that California will always have resilient populations of wild trout, steelhead, and salmon thriving in clean, coldwater streams.
We depend upon the generous financial support of our members and donors... people just like you who want to keep California’s rivers and streams clean, healthy and fishable. Your contributions directly fuel the work that we do. For every dollar donated, 80 cents funds the multitude of projects that we implement across the state.
With your CalTrout membership, you’ll receive:
CalTrout decal and a “thank you” gift of your choice—show off your CalTrout pride!
Subscription to Streamkeeper’s bLog, our monthly e-newsletter
Subscription to The Current, our quarterly digital magazine
CalTrout news, updates, and event invitations
If you are already a member and would like to renew your membership, please click here.
For more information about our Golden Trout Circle, please click here.
A donation to CalTrout is the perfect gift to that friend that has everything. It is also a lasting memorial to those we've lost.
All gifts will be acknowledged with a letter to both the donor and to the person or the family of the individual being remembered or honored.
Please choose one of the following gifts as a token of our appreciation:
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360 Pine Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104, (415) 392-8887.
Fish photo, Jim Inman. Water photo,Wyatt Horsley. People photo, Jacob Katz.