Workers with Fishbio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, used heavy machinery to lower the level of the island at Honolulu Bar, allowing water to flow over it. Non-native vegetation was removed and box elders, willows and cottonwoods planted to shade the river and support insects that fish eat.
Workers with Fishbio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, used heavy machinery to lower the level of the island at Honolulu Bar, allowing water to flow over it. Non-native vegetation was removed and box elders, willows and cottonwoods planted to shade the river and support insects that fish eat. Fishbio
Workers with Fishbio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, used heavy machinery to lower the level of the island at Honolulu Bar, allowing water to flow over it. Non-native vegetation was removed and box elders, willows and cottonwoods planted to shade the river and support insects that fish eat. Fishbio

Video details Stanislaus River restoration effort

December 15, 2014 3:29 PM