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Native Fish in the Arroyo —
Can We Bring Them Back?

Did the trout survive the drought?
What is the history of fish in the Arroyo?
What is the potential for native fish restoration?
What is the current restoration program?
Fish or Concrete — What's the Future?

Wednesday, July 12, 7:00 pm

Donald Wright Auditorium
Pasadena Central Library, 285 E. Walnut St., Pasadena

Wendy Katagi

AJ Keith

Tom Tomlinson

Wendy Katagi, C.E.P. is a Certified Environmental Professional leading the Stillwater Sciences Los Angeles office covering the southern California region. She has managed award-winning integrated watershed and ecosystem restoration projects in the Arroyo Seco, Santa Ana River, and Los Angeles River Watersheds, emphasizing the recovery of threatened and endangered species. Wendy has extensive experience in watershed planning, natural resource management, water resource management, stormwater management, and green infrastructure. She is currently serving as a regulatory advisor on steelhead recovery projects in the San Juan and Trabuco Creeks Watershed.

Come early for networking and light refreshments.

AJ Keith, a Senior Aquatic Ecologist at Stillwater Sciences, has more than 20 years of experience in aquatic and terrestrial ecology, specializing in the quantification of river fish populations and their habitat and investigation of the links between terrestrial processes and stream habitats for fish, amphibians, and invertebrates. He manages and leads technical investigations for river restoration plans, habitat conservation plans, and environmental impact assessments. AJ's recent work has focused on the ecology, management, and restoration of Pacific salmon and steelhead populations. He specializes in aquatic habitat assessments, salmonid limiting factors analyses, and watershed analysis.

To get involved in fish restoration, contact Tim Brick

Tom Tomlinson has written the book on the majestic steelhead that used to travel up and down the Arroyo Seco on their way to the Pacific Ocean. "Against the Currents" tell the story of this marvelous fish, its history in Southern California and its current status.

This meeting is the quarterly meeting of the Arroyo Seco Foundation. The public is welcome.

Arroyo Seco Foundation (323) 405-7326