Meet SYRCL’s new Policy Director, Gianna Setoudeh.
SYRCL welcomes its new AmeriCorps team
After nearly a dozen years with SYRCL, and five years at the helm of the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), Melinda Booth will step down as Executive Director following the 21st anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in February 2023.
Board President George Olive shares his remarks about Melinda’s departure
Hundreds of community members will come together in September to volunteer for SYRCL’s 25th Yuba River Cleanup. From September 10 – 17, our volunteers will be bagging broken glass, moving read more >>
This beautiful engraving of the South Yuba Watershed could be yours!
SYRCL is selling raffle tickets for this hand-crafted river map meticulously carved and burned into a unique piece of alder driftwood and inlaid with malachite & turquoise. This exquisite work of nature art was created by Pete Brost, local craftsman, long-time SYRCL supporter, and Nevada County community member.
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SYRCL is excited to formally introduce our River Captains this summer season. Until Labor Day weekend, they will be stationed at popular South Yuba River crossings. They set up the River Ambassador booths and coordinate volunteers in order to educate and inspire river-goers to keep the Yuba clean, safe, and healthy.
We asked each captain what inspired them to apply for the role and what they love about the Yuba. You can find their answers below.
Each year, SYRCL releases an Impact Report that details the work we have done over the course of the previous year.
In a move sure to surprise unsuspecting tourists and locals alike, the White House today announced that President Biden has signed an Executive Order designating the South Yuba River the nation’s first “National Nude and Scenic River.”