A Deadly Yuba: Unite to Save Lives – 10AM, FRIDAY – HWY 49 Bridge

SYRCL and a host of government agencies and public safety officials have called an emergency press conference and are coming together Friday, June 23 at 10 am at the Highway 49 Bridge, at the South Yuba River State Park. This press conference is being held to inform the public about the deadly river conditions this region is experiencing this summer. More…

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Be Heard as NID Reconsiders Live-streaming

You’ve helped tell NID to commit to live-streaming its meetings and to providing online video replay. Now help us fill the room to drive home this important message. The meeting will take place at 1036 W Main St, Grass Valley, CA 95945 at 9am. More…

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Why Restore a Meadow: Ecosystem Function and Climate Resiliency

In Loney Meadow, a 40-acre wet meadow in the Tahoe National Forest, the snow is melting and the water is flowing. New plant growth peaks through the flowing waters, birds awaken and share their song with the quiet landscape. More…

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Centennial Dam — It Must Be Stopped

Centennial Dam is an irresponsible, financially-risky project. And we have to stop it. Double your donation when you give today. More…

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Free Talk on Forest Health and Cannabis

Free workshop will offer theories and solutions for erosion control and ecologically-minded perspectives on how to improve and maintain plant, tree and vegetation health through proper forest management, for a sustainable grow. More…

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Water Quality and The Drought: How did Our Watershed Fare?

In 2014 Governor Brown declared a state of emergency due to the drought. After more than five years of drought in California, Water Year 2017 has received above average precipitation and snowpack-estimated at 200% of average! More…

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Growing Green Videos & Monthly Workshop Series

Did you miss SYRCL’s Growing Green for the Yuba on April 30th? Check out the entire program! And save-the-date for these upcoming workshops. More…

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The Damming of the Bear River, by American Rivers

The Bear sits in an often overlooked watershed, nestled in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, flowing 73 miles from rocky crags and conifer forests to the oak woodlands, open grasslands, pastures, and fields of the Central Valley. When European-Americans first came to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, everything changed. More…

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Van Norden Meadow Restoration Project

Headwater regions in California are some of our most prized places. They are also especially sensitive to land use change and our changing climate. More…

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What went wrong with Oroville Dam?

The spillway failures at Oroville Dam this past winter resulted in the evacuation of 188,000 people, economic impact to local communities, and damage to the Feather River from massive erosion and collapsed riverbanks. More…

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