We heard you loud and clear. You want protection for Yuba River Salmon. So do we. At Wild & Scenic Film Festival, we collected 2,411 signatures urging Governor Gavin Newsom to make Yuba River salmon a priority. Thanks to you, we exceeded our goal by more than 400. Details
We sure hope so, because “Wild for the Yuba: a Celebration of Grapes, Hops and Bites” is featuring wine and beer tastings from 13 wineries from Placer and Nevada Counties and 12 breweries from throughout California on Saturday night, April 2nd. This beer and wine tasting is the first of its kind in Nevada County read more >>
Sadly, the Fresno Bee grossly undervalued salmon restoration to the San Joaquin River in a recent article, missing the real economic and ecological impacts to salmons’ varied habitats.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently pondering whether or not to allow a genetically modified king salmon to be approved for human consumption. We at SYRCL could surely wax prosaic on the dangers of these frankenfish to wild salmon and their (our) environs, but this time, we’ll let Mr. Timothy Egan do it read more >>
Our own Flo the Salmon boogied down last Saturday at Nevada City’s Mardi Gras Parade. Feel the vibe!: See how happy Yuba salmon get when they get into the upper watershed?
It’s been a busy start to 2011 for SYRCL’s salmon campaign, as well as for the salmon of the Yuba and those throughout “Salmon Nation.” I’d like to introduce and welcome our new Yuba Salmon Now! campaign manager, Joshua Stark, who’ll be providing more frequent updates to this website, compiling relevant “salmon news” and coordinating read more >>
Please note that the court date for oral arguments over the US Army Corps of Engineers management at Daguerre Point Dam has been changed. The new date is March 7th. Stay tuned for further updates in our attempts at getting the Army Corps to do its job and provide adequate passage for wild salmon and read more >>