Curious about SYRCL’s next restoration project on the Lower Yuba River at Upper Long Bar?
Come join representatives from SYRCL, cbec, and Cramer Fish Sciences as we discuss the scope of the restoration as well as our pre and post monitoring plans. There will be ample time to ask questions after the presentations.
When: Thursday, November 2, 2023 from 3:00 to 5:00
Where: Going West on Highway 20 from Nevada City, turn left on the dirt road directly across from Sicard Flat Road (look for the white tent with the SYRCL sign) — map coordinates: 39°13’40.0″N 121°20’58.5″W – Google Maps
Light refreshments will be available.
Bring your own chair if you would like to sit during the presentation.
In 2021, SYRCL was funded to work on the Upper Long Bar Restoration Project. The project is funded by the Wildlife Conservation Board through their Stream Flow Enhancement fund. SYRCL is working in partnership with cbec, Cramer Fish Sciences, Yuba Water Agency, private landowners, and Silica Resources Inc.
This project will restore about 50 acres of floodplain habitat. This includes lowering the floodplain, creating high water side channels, riparian planting, and the placement of large roughness features. Pre-project monitoring efforts, project designs, and planning documents are being produced. This is the first public stakeholder event for the project.