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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Exciting Opportunities – SYRCL is Hiring!

Check out these exciting opportunities to get involved in our work! 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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SNAP-What am I Doing Here?

Working with community members who care so much about our watershed, enough to give up their time to monitor, restore and advocate for it-that is humbling and oh so inspiring to me. More…

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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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Incredible Array of Auction Items at Wild for the Yuba!

June 4th’s Wild For the Yuba will feature some new and unforgettable auction items, and three exciting ways to bid and win! 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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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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