SYRCL Youth: What is the Yuba Watershed?

All life on our planet depends on water. Without it, we wouldn’t exist. This is why watersheds are a very important part of our environment. Watersheds are a type of ecosystem, a community where living things interact with their environment. Watersheds are unique because their boundaries are defined by the movement of water. read more >>

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SYRCL Partners with NUHS to Remove Scotch Broom

If you’ve walked a trail in the Yuba Watershed it is likely you’ve passed by a common invasive species known as Scotch Broom. This plant, recognizable by its tall, bushy branches, resembles the end of a witch’s broom. It has proliferated in the Sierra Foothills for more than a century, originally brought here from Europe read more >>

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SYRCL Celebrates its First Teen Naturalists for Salmon Tours

by Heather Kallevig One of the greatest ways to protect our future is to empower future leaders and activists. SYRCL’s Salmon Tours create an opportunity for students to learn, teach, and lead. Nåah Lifland a sophomore from Sierra Academy was one of five local students who became the first teen naturalists for SYRCL’s salmon tour program. read more >>

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Local Youth Arrive in Full Force to Clean Up the Yuba

© 2015 Heather Kallevig On Saturday, September 19th, SYRCL and the local community gathered together to show their Yuba Love by cleaning up the river and its surrounding areas in the Yuba River Cleanup. This yearly event attracts people of all ages to come and support the Yuba by hauling away garbage, large and small, read more >>

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Tickets for SYRCL Public Salmon Tours Now Available

SYRCL provides public tours to view wild Chinook salmon in our own backyard KNOW & GO: What: SYRCL Salmon Tours When: October 31st and November 7th Where: Lower Yuba River below Hwy 20 Bridge Who: South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) Cost: Rafting Tours: $75 for the general public, $65 for SYRCL members Details and read more >>

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