Field Site Profiles

The Collaborative provides individual school classes and youth with opportunities that expand their outdoor experience on public lands in Northeast California. On-the-ground and hands-on programs are designed to engage youth with projects that support the stewardship of local natural and recreational resources including wildlife and fish habitat, native plants, soil productivity, general ecosystem and watershed services, as well as other recreational resources such as trails. Programs provide both in-school and field-based ...
Estuaries are one of the world's most productive natural systems supporting commercial and recreational fisheries comprised of species such as redfish, sea trout, blue crab and brown shrimp. More than 80 percent of all fish, shellfish and crustaceans spend some critical stage of their development in estuaries. The GTM Research Reserve is also an important feeding and nesting ground for many birds including protected species such as brown pelicans, least ...
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