Join SYRCL and the community for the 20th annual Yuba River Cleanup on Saturday, September 16th, 2017! We have nearly 90 miles of rivers, creeks and shoreline to cover in just one day and we need your help keeping our local rivers trash free. Help us haul out the garbage, divert recyclables from the landfill, and keep the Yuba clean, safe and healthy. This event has been going strong for 19 years, hauling out MORE THAN 200,000 POUNDS of garbage and recycling!Find out more »
Seeking volunteers to help with seed collection, trail maintenance, and to conduct post restoration photo monitoring! Join SYRCL River Science staff for a lovely fall work-day in Loney Meadow. Learn about meadow projects and help prepare for restoration success in the upcoming snow/rainy season.Find out more »
Karuna Warren with WaterNow will discuss the compliance process, what's current with Water Board apps, site-mapping, and sustainability practices to licenses, permitting, and compliance.Find out more »
Join SYRCL River Science staff and the river guides from Environmental Traveling Companions on Saturday, October 28th for a float trip down the lower Yuba to see spawning salmon.Find out more »
The Yuba Bear Watershed Council will be meeting on Thursday, November 9th from 10am-12pm. This is a quarterly meeting of agencies, non-profit organizations, private companies, and individuals that work on or are interested in natural resource and environmental issues across the Yuba and Bear watersheds. At this meeting we will hear from Executive Directors with local non-profits. Melinda Booth (South Yuba River Citizens League), Jonathan Keehn (Wolf Creek Community Alliance), Izzy Martin (The Sierra Fund), Joanne Hild (Sierra Streams Institute) and…Find out more »
This free workshop is for anyone interested in learning about best management practices for cannabis cultivation that will safeguard the Yuba.Find out more »
Join us for another fabulous weekend at the largest film festival of its kind. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world by leaving you feeling INSPIRED and MOTIVATED to go out and make a difference in your community and the world.Find out more »
The Yuba Bear Watershed Council holds a quarterly meeting of agencies, non-profit organizations, private companies, and individuals that work on or are interested in natural resource and environmental issues across the Yuba and Bear watersheds.Find out more »
On Wednesday, February 21—the next California Water Commission (CWC) meeting—join SYRCL, Foothills Water Network, and the Sierra Club in Sacramento at our very own Bear River Recreation Rally.
But first... let's join forces! SYRCL is hosting a poster-making party so we can fully show our love for the Bear in Sacramento.
Join SYRCL, Foothills Water Network, and the Sierra Club in Sacramento for the Bear River Recreation Rally.
Our local water district is pursuing tax payer money to pay for Centennial Dam. Help us send a message to the California Water Commission that the Bear River is treasured by the community as it exists today. Spending millions of California tax dollars to create poor-quality habitat and expensive recreation facilities would be a waste.
The Bear River and Campground already provide accessible and affordable river recreation for people to hike, kayak, fish, and swim. The public benefits NID claims would be at the expense of oak woodlands, natural wetland habitat, an important trout fishery and the last publicly accessible 6 miles of river on the Bear.Find out more »