Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Doors open from 5:30 – 8:00pm, Program starts at 6:00pm
Peace Lutheran Church, 828 W. Main Street, Grass Valley
This FREE event is open to the public
Light refreshments, snacks, beer and wine available for sale
The Constitution of the United States says that the president “shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”
Like the President’s annual address, SYRCL has scheduled our “State of the Yuba” on Earth Day to report to the citizens of the Yuba watershed on the condition of the river, outline SYRCL’s priorities for the coming year, and most importantly, enlist all river lovers in the protection and restoration of the Yuba.
We invite everyone, including SYRCL members, supporters, and river lovers of all kinds and anyone interested in finding out more about SYRCL’s programs to come celebrate Earth Day with SYRCL. The “State of the Yuba” will be an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about SYRCL and find out how you can get involved in the stewardship of this magnificent river.
- Hear exciting updates on SYRCL’s work throughout the watershed
- Find out what SYRCL’s River Monitors have learned about the health of the river
- Get the latest progress report on the Yuba Salmon Now campaign
- Learn about volunteer opportunities to help SYRCL protect the Yuba
- Honor SYRCL’s “Volunteer of the Year” and “Partner of the Year” awardees
SYRCL staff will present informative poster sessions and answer your questions about:
- Restoration activities from summit meadows to the lower Yuba River
- Updates to the River Monitoring Plan
- Progress in Dam Re-licensing efforts and an overview of the Yuba’s “plumbing”
- Expansion of the River Ambassador program and Annual River Cleanup Day
- Re-launch of the River Education program and the “Great Water Mystery” school assemblies on water conservation
- Advocacy response to the proposal to re-open the San Juan Ridge Mine, and efforts to save the historic Bridgeport Covered Bridge
For more information, please contact Miriam Limov, River People Manager, at (530) 265-5961 x201 or Miriam@syrcl.org.