Over the last several months, the SYRCL Board of Directors have welcomed three new members to their ranks, and they’re giving a boost to SYRCL’s capacity in advocacy, fundraising, operations, and land management. Details
According to Karl Ronning, who oversees River Monitoring, “We are the eyes on the water. It’s essential to keep up water testing during this unprecedented time.” Without River Monitoring, we won’t know if something may be endangering clean drinking water—just when people need it the most. Details
Despite the uncertainty we’re facing today, please know we’re steadfast in our commitment to you – our Yuba Community — and SYRCL’s work to stay vigilant to protect the health of our watershed.
That’s why we’re taking part in #GivingTuesdayNow – a global day of giving and unity that’s dedicated to responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Details
An enthusiastic environmentalist, Amelia Heinritz, has been serving as one of SYRCL’s River Education interns for the past year, and has been extremely active in both local and regional environmental stewardship movements. Details
Wild & Scenic Film Festival’s Fan Favorites will be featured in a Live Virtual Event on the evening of Thursday, May 14th, with highlights, award winners, and standouts from the 2020 Flagship Festival. Details
The new Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (CARES) Act gives a tax benefit to anyone donating to a qualified nonprofit organization in 2020. Details
Make a special year-end, tax-deductible gift and you’ll help us earn matching funds. For the three forks of the Yuba, its creeks, forests, meadows, floodplains. For every single wild mile. Donate Now >>
A new reality is emerging for the Yuba River Watershed — its pristine waters and iconic forests are facing an unprecedented risk from wildfire. That’s why we’re turning to our members and volunteers for help. Please make a special tax-deductible, year-end gift to SYRCL’s Forest Health Initiative. Details
You already love the Yuba and understand that only a community united can save a river.
Now the Yuba is at another crossroads – this time the danger isn’t a dam, polluting run-off, or even hydraulic mining. It’s the state of the forests within the Yuba watershed—more than 1,300 square miles. Details
There are many ways you can support the Yuba River, such as donating appreciated stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Details