Virtual Events & Happenings

In response to COVID-19, we’ve adapted by rescheduling events or transitioning them to an online format. We’ve also begun offering a number of online activities and ways to stay engaged while sheltering in place. We hope you will join us and show your support for the Yuba River! Details

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Virtual Events & Happenings

In response to COVID-19, we’ve adapted by rescheduling events or transitioning them to an online format. We’ve also begun offering a number of online activities and ways to stay engaged while sheltering in place. We hope you will join us and show your support for the Yuba River! Details

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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! Details

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Fire Science and Forest Health Events and Resources

SYRCL’s Forest Health Coordinator, Andrew Salmon, presented at the recent Yuba Bear Watershed Council along with North Yuba Forest Partner, Phil Saksa of Blue Forest Conservation, and Shelly Allen of the Tahoe National Forest. See their presentations and find out about upcoming related events. Details

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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! Details

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Action Alert: Support Healthy Yuba Forests for Water, Wildlife & People

Many forests in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains and foothills are unhealthy—particularly in the Yuba River watershed. There is a lot of work to be done, and SYRCL needs the whole community to unite to protect the Yuba River watershed on this important issue. Take action today. Details

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Fire Management as a Conservation Tool – February 5

Andrew Salmon, SYRCL’s Forest Health Watershed Program Coordinator, will speak at the first quarterly presentation of the Yuba Bear Watershed Council. Join us on February 5 from 10am-12pm at the Madelyn Helling Library. Speakers will present on fire management as a conservation tool. Details

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