River Ambassadors Say: Safety First this Weekend

This year we will be promoting a message of extreme caution to protect visitors. This year’s high flows and cold water are a serious safety concern. More…

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Braving the Snow in Yuba Headwaters for River Monitoring

With this sunny weather, it may be hard to imagine our headwaters still socked in snow. Just a few weeks ago, many river monitoring sites were inaccessible. More…

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State of the Yuba: Take Action to Defend the River with SYRCL

Free Event. Get the latest on Centennial Dam, and help us honor three guests for their distinguished service to the Yuba. More…

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In Anticipation of Summer on the Yuba… River Ambassador Training

Summer is just around the corner and open-enrollment for River Ambassadors is upon us. Are you interested in promoting environmental stewardship at your favorite South Yuba River State Park crossing to keep the river healthy, clean and safe? Mark you calendars for the River Ambassador training May 16. New volunteers welcome! More…

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Take the Scotch Broom Challenge

Do the rains have you itching to get outside and get your hands dirty?
Kick that cabin-fever to the curb and join SYRCL for our annual Scotch Broom Challenge! More…

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SYRCL is Hiring!

Interested in engaging in SYRCL activities? We’ve got a number of upcoming opportunities to participate. Learn more…

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Join the 2017 River Monitoring Team!

SYRCL is embarking on our 17th River Monitoring season, and we need you! We are looking for outdoorsy, environmentally-driven volunteers to monitor 35 sites throughout the Yuba watershed. The vast amount of water quality data we have collected over the last 16 years is crucial in protecting and restoring the Yuba River watershed. Read more >>

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SYRCL Volunteers Complete 16th Year of River Monitoring

SYRCL’s citizen/science-driven River Monitoring Program has finished its 16th year of monitoring! The River Monitoring Program has been connecting community members to the river since 2000 with a total of 327 river monitors trained and sent out across the watershed to collect data. Read more >>

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Welcome New AmeriCorps!

Since 2009, SYRCL has partnered with the Sierra Nevada Alliance to form the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP), a program in which AmeriCorps members assess and restore impaired watershed habitats and increase community stewardship by conducting watershed restoration and ecological monitoring, watershed education, and volunteer recruitment and support. Read more >>

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Farewell to AmeriCorps

Since 2009, SYRCL has partnered with the Sierra Nevada Alliance to form the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP), a program in which AmeriCorps members assess and restore impaired watershed habitats and increase community stewardship by conducting watershed restoration and ecological monitoring, watershed education, and volunteer recruitment and support. Each year these AmeriCorps members serve and protect read more >>

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