Power up the Cleanup with Your Business

As a local business owner, you know that the Yuba River is not only a favorite summer getaway; it is also a key economic driver. Would you consider a sponsorship of the 20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & River Ambassador Program? More…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Wendy Thibeault

“I love the concept of a community coming together to protect a river. SYRCL is a role model of a can-do, get things done environmental, political and educational non-profit organization with a strong volunteer base.” More…

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The 20th Yuba River Cleanup…Your Business Can Help

As a local business owner, you know that the Yuba River is not only a favorite summer getaway; it is also a key economic driver. Would you consider a sponsorship of the 20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & River Ambassador Program? More…

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Join the River Ambassador Team! – Final Summer Training July 18

We need more volunteers to help us keep the Yuba clean, safe, and healthy. Please, join us as a River Ambassador by attending our training Tuesday, July 18th at 5:30 pm. More…

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Blackberries and the Yuba Don’t Mix: Give Back to the Yuba

Interested in giving back to the Yuba? Have a love/hate relationship with sweet and juicy blackberries? Ready to check out a new area of the Yuba watershed? Come join SYRCL’s River Avengers and restore the Yuba River on Saturday, July 29 & Saturday, August 26! More…

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SYRCL Seeks to Hire 3 New Dedicated AmeriCorps Members!

SYRCL is seeking enthusiastic, conservation-minded people to commit to a year of service to protect Sierra natural resources and sustainable communities. More…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Jon Baiocchi

“I had the opportunity to do some macroinvertebrates sampling on the South Fork Yuba, and the Bear River under Wendy Thompson. The motivation to get involved stems from wanting to give back to the watersheds I love and grew up with.” More…

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River Conditions are Deadly: A First Hand Perspective

The Yuba is renewed, and powerful. We should be humbled by its force, and we should be mindful of the impact these preventable losses of life have on our community, on the first responders, and on the families of those who have already felt this kind of loss. 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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