United for the Yuba During COVID-19

Nature heals and eases restlessness and feelings of overwhelm. Birdwatching, wildflower gazing, river walks, and sweaty hikes – these can help us get through this public health crisis together. Details

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5 Things to Do During a “Stay-At-Home” Order

Self-isolation can be challenging, especially at the start of spring when new life is emerging in the watershed. Our staff has gathered a few ideas of inspiring activities that you can do from the comfort of your own home and yard. Details

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SYRCL’s Quick Guide to Backyard Birding

Looking for something easy to do while practicing social distancing? Grab your binoculars and give backyard birding a try with these helpful tips. Details

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Explore Spring Wildflowers of the Sierra Foothills

Now that spring has begun we’ve been finding some of our favorite common wildflowers popping up abundantly. Take a stroll through your lawn or neighborhood and see what you can find. Details

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SYRCL Update During COVID-19

We’re writing to check in during this stressful time for our community and the world. We sincerely hope you and everyone in your family are taking good care. We want you to know that we are thinking of you and all our members who belong to the SYRCL family. Details

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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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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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Protect the Yuba, Become a River Monitor

SYRCL is beginning its 20th River Monitoring season with FREE trainings on March 25th and April 4th. Join our team and help us celebrate 20 years of this indispensable tradition! Details

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Growing Green for the Yuba 2020 Update: What Happens Now?

SYRCL’s vision for Growing Green is that people will see that well-regulated agriculture – which is what cannabis cultivation could be – should not harm water quality, fish or wildlife. Want to know more? Read on for more on exciting developments in Growing Green for the Yuba. Details

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Help Remove Invasive Plants in our Watershed

Learn about the five most common invasive plants in the Yuba watershed, how they harm native ecosystems and how you can take action to reduce these invasive species. Make a difference in our watershed, sign up for our annual Scotch broom challenge on April 4th. Details

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