Kings RIver Conservancy

KRC North Riverside Park & Incubator House Grand Opening Ceremony

by Cheryl Senn


More than 60 people attended the Kings River Conservancy's (KRC) North Riverside Park and Incubator House grand opening on March 16. Speakers and guests in attendance included John Thompson, Resources Manager with the County of Fresno, David Orth, General Manager with the Kings River Conservation District, Louie Long, Environmental Resources Manager with the Kings River Conservation District, Deborah Lapp, vice-president of the Board of Directors with the KRC, and California State Assemblyman Henry T. Perea.

Working To Improve the Future Of Fishing On the Kings River

by Cheryl Senn


Cleaning up along the Kings River and boosting the river's rainbow trout population are projects which are being worked on collaboratively by the Kings River Conservancy (KRC) and the Kings River Fisheries Management Program (KRFMP), along with help from local volunteer groups like the Fresno Fly Fishers for Conservation (FFFC) and the Tenaya Middle School Wildlife Club.

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