Our Mission

The Lodi Fish and Wildlife Office promotes native species and self-sustaining ecosystems through collaborative leadership in restoration, research, and monitoring of fishes of the Central Valley, California, and supports personal development and professionalism through a culture of mentoring, collegiality, and equity.

About the Lodi Office

To achieve our objectives, we foster and value strong productive collaborations, internally and with other organizations, stakeholders and the public. Our work is governed by honesty, integrity and excellence in science, creativity and flexibility.

The Lodi Fish and Wildlife Office's work toward recovery and conservation of species and their habitats includes the Anadromous Fish Restoration Program, the Delta Juvenile Fish Monitoring Program, the Enhanced Delta Smelt Monitoring Program the San Joaquin River Restoration Program and the Lodi FWO Science Support Program.

For more on our work, visit our What We Do page.