Yuba River Cleanup Video – Because We Love the Yuba

Saturday, September 19, 2015 Click to register for the Cleanup today! Cleanup sites are filling up quick and you do not want to miss out on the fun! Register today for the 18th Annual Yuba River Cleanup — together we’ve removed nearly 180,000 pounds of trash and recycling from the Yuba and Bear watersheds over read more >>

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Flo visits the Cleanup to encourage membership!

Our favorite steelhead was at the post-Cleanup BBQ as part of a membership drive urging volunteers to “give, join, or renew.” The first 20 members received official Cleanup t-shirts and anyone who donated more than $50 was entered into a drawing to win some fabulous prizes. Congratulations to our winners. These River People know that read more >>

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Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day is this Saturday, September 20

Only a Few Volunteer Spots Left SYRCL would like to thank everyone who has registered to volunteer  for the Cleanup this year. We are happy to say that most of the Cleanup sites have all the needed volunteers!  However, there are still openings for some hardy volunteers that are willing to drive to the far read more >>

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River Ambassadors Complete a Successful Third Season!

This summer, River Ambassadors spent twelve weekends at four popular South Yuba River crossings where they raised awareness about the need for collective care and stewardship at the river.  As visitors flocked to the cool waters of the Yuba, they were welcomed and reminded by SYRCL volunteers that we all play a part in keeping read more >>

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Volunteer today, Yuba River Cleanup sites are filling fast!

Saturday, September 20, 2014 Click to register for the Cleanup today! Sites are filling up quick! Register today for the 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day—together we’ve removed nearly 160,000 pounds of trash and recycling from the Yuba and Bear watersheds over the past 16 years! Please participate in the Clean-a-thon when you read more >>

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SYRCL Partners with 30 Organizations, Agencies and Businesses to Produce 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day

Saturday, September 20, 2014 Click to register for the Cleanup today! Join SYRCL and over 500 volunteers as we embark on the 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day—together we’ve removed nearly 160,000 pounds of trash and recycling from the Yuba and Bear watersheds over the past 16 years! Click to register for your read more >>

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Local Business Owner? Please Sponsor the Yuba River Cleanup!

Dear Business Owner, As a local business owner, you know that the Yuba River is not only the heart of our community; it is also a key economic driver. Since the South Yuba River State Park attracts nearly 890,000 annual visitors, and the average visitor spends $42 per day on items such as food, gas, read more >>

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River Ambassadors Talked to Over 5,000 Yuba Visitors After 10 Weeks

SYRCL’s River Ambassadors have been hard at work keeping visitors at the river informed about best-stewardship practices.  This summer we have recruited 37 volunteer River  Ambassadors and you can find them every weekend at the four popular South Yuba River State Park river crossings: Bridgeport, Purdon, Edwards and the Old 49 Bridge.     Since read more >>

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Final River Ambassador Training July 10 — Join our Team of Enthusiastic and Passionate Volunteers Today!

Help keep the Yuba clean and safe this summer; become a volunteer Yuba Ambassador!  If you love people and are passionate about keeping the Yuba clean, check out the River Ambassador Program.  The third and final training will take place Thursday, July 10 from 5pm-8pm at the SYRCL office (313 Railroad Ave. Nevada City). The read more >>

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Restore, Review, Remove, Rejuvenate and Raft with SYRCL!

Mark your calendars for exciting and thrilling opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors and improve the Yuba watershed this summer and fall with SYRCL. Saturday June 21, July 12 & 26, August 16 & 30: Aspen Regeneration Do you want to help the Yuba watershed become more resilient in the face of climate change and read more >>

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