For over 30 years CRSA has rescued stranded fish from drying stretches of the Carmel River and its tributaries. Learn more about this important program.
In 1997 the Carmel River was listed as one of the ten most endangered rivers in the United States. There were many reasons for this listing including loss of habitat for steelhead. CRSA has worked for over forty years to rebuild habitat for steelhead and other species. Learn more about this program.
With so many people and agencies wanting water, someone must advocate for water for fish. CRSA has done this since its inception by education, pleading, negotiating, arm-turning and if necessary, legal action. Learn more about how we speak for fish.
Learn about the ways you can support CRSA and our work.