Calling All Artists! Wild & Scenic Needs Your Creativity!

Want your artwork to be used as the graphic for the 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival?  We are seeking an artist to design original artwork to be used on all collateral including, but not limited to: promotional and commemorative posters, program, postcards, flyers, coasters, merchandise, website etc.  The artist’s work that is selected will read more >>

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SYRCL Reports on the “State of the Yuba” to Packed House

On the 15th anniversary of winning state Wild & Scenic protection for the South Yuba River, the South Yuba River Citizens League presented it’s “State of the Yuba” report to the public on the condition of the river, outlined SYRCL’s priorities for the coming year, and invited Yuba-lovers to get involved. Before a standing room read more >>

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Wild & Scenic On Tour Ramps Up for Earth Day!

This month SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival will go On Tour to twenty-four communities across North America, collaborating with environmental groups in celebration of Earth Day. The films selected for Wild & Scenic On Tour not only take audiences to some of the most remote and beautiful places on the planet, but introduce them read more >>

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Arts & Lectures: Bill Fox on Art + the Environment

ART OnSite, Nevada County Arts, and Wild & Scenic Film Festival Art & Lectures present ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT: THE ART OF THE ANTHROPOCENE Presented by William L. Fox, Director of the Center for Art +Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art plus a conversation moderated by Melinda Booth of SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film read more >>

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SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Arts & Lectures Series Nov. 14: Coyote America with Dan Flores

    Join Us!  Coyote America, November 14 Join SYRCL and historian and author Dan Flores on November 14 as he presents from his new book in the works, Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History. The coyote’s stunning ability to live alone or in groups, its spread from the Great Plains across the continent, and read more >>

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Legacy Mine Lands Pollute Scotchman Creek and the South Yuba River

The normally clear green waters of the South Yuba run opaque yellow after meeting sediment-laden waters of Scotchman Creek, a tributary entering the South Yuba River just upstream of the town of Washington.  In partnership with citizen volunteers and the Sierra Fund, SYRCL is attempting to remedy a primary source of pollution to the Wild read more >>

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival-Tickets on Sale Now!

Tickets are now on sale for the 11th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival happening January 10-13,  2013.  We’re gearing up for an amazing festival with inspiring films, art, music, workshops, speakers, and more.  And, we have a few new happenings we think you’ll be excited about.   New for 2013 Grass Valley venues Thursday, Friday, read more >>

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Only 6 Days Left Until The Wild & Scenic Auction Starts Closing! Help Us Spread the Word…

The Wild & Scenic Online Auction will start closing for bidding November 8th at 2 pm, ending all bidding on November 10. Time is running out for you to bid on your favorite items donated to us by generous supporters who believe in SYRCL’s work. Take a peek for yourself at http://auction.syrcl.org Help us spread read more >>

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SYRCL’s Online Auction is Going Wild!

The Wild & Scenic Online Auction is going Wild with bidders from as far away as New York, Pennsylvania and Oregon.  Browse and bid on more than 180 items complete with detailed descriptions, photographs and links for these spectacular items at http://auction.syrcl.org through November 10. Shop online for easy holiday shopping TODAY!  20 New donations read more >>

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Victory for Yuba Salmon!

This year salmon will have additional help when they navigate the fish ladder over Daguerre Point Dam on their way to spawning grounds in the Lower Yuba River.  Last week, federal Judge Lawrence K. Karlton directed the Army Corps of Engineers to improve fish passage at Daguerre by optimizing flows through the fish ladder, more read more >>

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