Calling All Local Student Artists

Are you a local 6-12 grader interested in sharing your passions for art and the environment with your community? SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival wants to display your environmentally themed art at State of the Yuba this year. Details

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BREAKING NEWS: Quiz Night March 13th POSTPONED

With the rising awareness for health and safety in our community we will be postponing SYRCL’s Quiz Night on Friday March 13th until travel and exposure concerns for COVID-19 have settled down. The safety of our supporters, volunteers, friends and family is of highest priority. We do have other events that are scheduled to proceed as planned; however, we continue to monitor the situation and will make decisions based on the most current and rapidly changing information. If other events are canceled or postponed, we will keep you posted via our website and social media. 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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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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Free River Excursions: Amphibians

We are excited to offer two free excursions on February 26 and March 19. Sign up to join us on these guided group walks and learn about some of our local amphibians. Details

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Don’t Miss Quiz Night – March 13

Don your fedora, slip into your favorite flapper dress, tighten your suspenders, and join your fellow brainiacs at Peace Lutheran Church on Friday, March 13 for Quiz Night —SYRCL’s annual Brains of Nevada County trivia night. Details

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Amphibian Season at the Yuba

The recent rains have welcomed a familiar and often misunderstood group of animals to our watershed—amphibians. Read on to find out what they’re up to and how to find them. Details

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Landscapes that Work for Biodiversity and People – Jan. 30

Rivers Lab, SYRCL’s book club for river geeks, returns on Thursday, January 30 with “Landscapes that Work for Biodiversity and People.” Rivers Lab is a no pressure environment and a great way to learn more about the ecosystems surrounding us by reading relevant scientific literature. Details

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Salmon Redds & Bald Eagles Awe 1,262 Expedition Participants

People of all ages are awed by the challenges these salmon face and the perseverance required by this remarkable species to ensure its offspring will survive for another generation. In connecting these students and families to the treasure of the Lower Yuba River, we hope that Salmon Expedition participants leave with not only an appreciation for the resilience of this beautiful ecosystem, but a newfound desire to protect it. Details

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Welcome Our New AmeriCorps Staff

Please join us in welcoming our new AmeriCorps team members: Shannon Hedge, Outreach & Education Coordinator; Mary McDonnell, Restoration Coordinator; and Jaclyn Sherman, River Monitoring Coordinator! Look for them at upcoming outreach events and the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, January 16-20. Details

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