Upcoming SYRCL Spring Events

Spring is fast approaching and our events calendar is rapidly filling. Check out this exciting event lineup brought to you by SYRCL this spring.  We hope you will join us and show your support for the Yuba River.

This event is now full. Stay tuned for more offerings!

March 19 @ Independence Trail, Nevada City

What’s the difference between a salamander and a newt? Discover newts of the Sierra with Shannon Hedge, SYRCL’s Outreach & Education Coordinator and avid herpetologist. Learn about breeding habits, where to find them, and more.

March 25 @ Rood Center, 950 Maidu Ave, Nevada City

Join us on Wednesday, March 25, for the fourth Watershed Science and Policy in the Sierra Foothills Series on Forest Health.

Orientation, March 25 @ SYRCL Office, 313 Railroad Avenue, Nevada City 

Learn about the background of SYRCL’s River Monitoring Program and gain insight on what and why we monitor. 

Field Training, April 4 @ South Yuba River State Park at Bridgeport

Learn how to fill out data sheets and take measurements on air and water temperature, dissolved oxygen (DO), pH, conductivity, and turbidity.

March 26 @ SYRCL Office, 313 Railroad Avenue, Nevada City

Join us for this casual book group. Bring your lunch and we’ll discuss the challenges and benefits related to meeting the needs of people and ecosystems in conservation practices.

This event is now full. Stay tuned for more offerings!

March 28 @ SYRCL Office, 313 Railroad Avenue, Nevada City & Pioneer Park

Join Master Fly Fisher Clay Hash for a one-day workshop introduction to the sport of fly fishing to learn some of the things you need to know to begin your journey to become a fly fisher.

April 3 @ Northern Queen Inn, 400 Railroad Ave, Nevada City

Join the South Yuba River Citizens League and the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance for another educational and inspiring “Growing Green for the Yuba” workshop – focused on the importance of building soils and highlighting legalized cannabis growers in Nevada County!

Submissions due April 3
Exhibit on April 22 @ State of the Yuba

If you know students who might be interested in the opportunity to showcase their work in front of their community, we encourage you to have them submit their art in our 2020 Call for Student Art HERE.

April 4 @ South Yuba River State Park, Bridgeport

Scotch broom is a non-native invasive weed that has become rampant throughout the Sierra foothills – especially Nevada County. It is highly flammable, whether it is dead or alive. Removing it reduces the risk of catastrophic fire. Join SYRCL’s River Avengers and help remove this species from our watershed!

April 12 @ Nevada Theatre, 401 Broad Street, Nevada City

Join us for this special evening Wild & Scenic Film Festival Fan Favorites, including:

  • A Walk Through the Land Of 1,000 Hills (11 min)
  • The Sacramento, At Current Speed (38 min)
  • Bears of Durango (59 min)

April 22 @ Peace Lutheran Church, 828 W Main Street, Grass Valley

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.

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