SYRCL has partnered with various land managers to develop educational trails in the Yuba River watershed. Examples are shown below.
Loney Meadow Interpretive Trail
In 2015, SYRCL worked with the Tahoe National Forest, artist Jennifer Rain Crosby, and a local firm, Tallac Applied Ecology & Design, to re-design the educational signs along the 1.5-mile Loney Meadow Interpretive Trail. Loney Meadow is located off of Bowman Lake Road in Nevada County, and is a prime example of a Sierra Nevada mountain meadow. The new signs offer opportunities to learn about the ecology and history of the area. For a tour of the improved signs, click here.
Yuba Goldfields Overlook Trail
SYRCL is currently partnering with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to develop an educational trail through the Yuba Goldfields in Yuba County. The trail will provide access to SYRCL’s Hammon Bar riparian restoration project from Hammonton Road. Signs are currently being developed in partnership with Ormsby and Thickstun Interpretive Design.