Join us on a Tour of Rose Bar

SYRCL has been working alongside its partners for a decade to restore the lower Yuba River by creating spawning and rearing habitat for the threatened Chinook salmon. Our newest project is planned for a stretch of the lower Yuba called Rose Bar. We are inviting the public to join us for a tour of the project area on Friday, December 3rd.

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Welcome AmeriCorps!

SYRCL is excited to formally welcome our newest AmeriCorps to the team. Over the next year, they will gain experience working alongside SYRCL scientists, educators, and outreach professionals.

We asked each AmeriCorps what they are most excited about doing during their time at SYRCL. You can find their answers below along with a short bio for each.

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Welcome Lívia Campos de Menezes, SYRCL’s new Wild & Scenic Film Festival Director

Please join us in welcoming Lívia Campos de Menezes to the SYRCL team. We are thrilled to have her as our new Wild & Scenic Film Festival Director.

We sat down with Lívia to learn more about her background and formally introduce her to our members and our community.

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Local Birds of Prey

In Nevada County, we are lucky to live among diverse habitats including grasslands, oak savanna, chaparral, mixed coniferous forest, wetlands, meadows, and more. These landscapes are also home to a number of charismatic birds of prey. Read on to learn more about how to identify some of our local feathered friends. Details

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2020 Yuba River Cleanup Final Results

We want to send our sincerest thanks to each and every volunteer that helped during the 23rd Annual Yuba River Cleanup to “Protect Our Happy Place.” Over a 12-day period 764 volunteers removed more than three tons of garbage and recycling from the Yuba River watershed. Read the full cleanup report with results, photos, and messages from volunteers. Details

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Winners Announced for Yuba River Cleanup ‘Trash or Treasure’ Contest

The results are in! During the Yuba River Cleanup we encourage volunteers to keep on the lookout for unique trash to enter into the ‘Trash or Treasure’ contest. This year we offered the contest online and let you vote for the winners. Details

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Ask a SYRCL Scientist: What’s Going On With These Fish?

The Yuba River Watershed is full of curiosities. In “Ask a Scientist” we explore the questions you send us about observations you made while recreating around the watershed. We recently received a great question from Diana Gardener. Details

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Yuba River Photo Contest – Vote Today

Back in April, we launched the Yuba River Photo Contest, brought to you by the River Ambassador Program. We received many amazing submissions. Check them out and cast your vote by May 10. Details

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That’s a Wrap for Wild & Scenic!

After an incredibly inspiring five days, full of amazing humans celebrating captivating stories and calls to action from around the globe, the 18th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a wrap. From the kick-off art reception and 3D films to the workshops and coffee talks throughout the weekend, to Monday night’s Award-Winning Film screenings, this year’s Wild & Scenic was one for the books. Details

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Thank You for Attending the 2019 State of the Yuba

Thanks to all of our supporters, volunteers, partners, and panelists for attending the 2019 State of the Yuba. Details

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