Like the President’s annual address, SYRCL’s annual “State of the Yuba” serves as a report to the citizens of the Yuba watershed on the condition of the river, to outline SYRCL’s priorities for the coming year, and most importantly, enlist all river lovers in the protection and restoration of the Yuba. This FREE event is for all members of the community who care about the Yuba River and want to know more about SYRCL’s efforts to protect the watershed.
By: Karl Ronning, River Monitoring Coordinator and Rachel Hutchinson, River Science Director With California entering its fourth year of drought, SYRCL’s volunteer River Monitors brought back evidence in March that water temperature and quality is suffering across the Yuba River watershed. Sierra Snowpack at Historic Low The lack of snow in the Sierra Nevada’s makes read more >>
SYRCL is thrilled to announce the recent arrival of three brilliant additions to the SYRCL team. Monday was the first day of service for our new Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership members Karl, Svetlana and Suzanne. They will be at the helm of our River Monitoring, Restoration and River Ambassador programs, respectively. Karl grew up in read more >>
Since 2007, SYRCL has valued its participation in the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Partnership (SNAP). The SNAP program has enabled SYRCL to hire 2-3 highly qualified and hardworking staff members. This year we said “goodbye” to three amazing AmeriCorps members, Marianne Pott, Adele Rife and Jenn Tamo! Marianne Pott, SYRCLs 2013-2014 River Monitoring Coordinator, will be read more >>
Great news!! Results from samples collected by local citizen scientists this summer during the State of California’s “Safe to Swim” study show that levels of bacteria at the Yuba’s popular swimming holes meet federal guidelines for recreational contact with water. This summer, SYRCL selected eight priority sites throughout the North, Middle, and South forks of the Yuba. River read more >>