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Keeping Current

Salmon Tours Connect Many to Our Regional Treasure

As SYRCL’s new River Education Manager, my inaugural days of work were spent on the river at the start of Salmon Tours season – it was a trial by water experience! What an incredible opportunity to establish my role out in the field, facilitating personal connection with Chinook salmon and their spawning habitat. Details

SYRCL Volunteers Complete 17th Year of River Monitoring

Each spring, volunteers are trained to collect scientifically credible data for water quality parameters such as water temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, conductivity and the presence of invasive and sensitive species for locations throughout the Yuba watershed. Thanks to the help of our diligent volunteers, data is collected each month from March to November, allowing SYRCL to monitor the health of the watershed over time. Details

WSFF Volunteer Registration Opens Friday, December 1

Are you excited to volunteer for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival? Save-the-date because registration will open on December 1 and close on December 31! We have a vast array of exciting volunteer opportunities that you won’t want to miss. Details

Thank You Volunteers and Members

We are grateful for the Yuba, the fish and the wildlife. We are grateful for clean water and a vibrant watershed. Our volunteers and members make this happen. Thank you for all you do for the Yuba. Details

Loney Meadow, A Network of Braided Swales

For folks who have had the pleasure of visiting Loney Meadow, the mention of it brings up images of beautiful wildflowers, babbling brooks, and breathtaking views against blue-bird skies. However, the potential for the meadow to be resilient to climate change, or the meadow’s ability to perpetuate through time, is entwined with the extent of disturbance this meadow has experienced over the last century. Details

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