From the annual “SYRCL action” to collect signatures for a cause, to the workshops and panels taking a deeper dive into various issues facing our planet, presenting paths to inspire change has always been central to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. WSFF’s 2024 theme, “Reel Action,” pays homage to the festival’s mission to inspire activism. The festival will look for films that work as a call to action, inviting audiences to learn about the most pressing environmental problems and initiatives anyone can take to improve the natural world and lives around the globe.
From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, SYRCL’s River Ambassadors are volunteers taking action to motivate and educate the community to care for the South Yuba River. Sign Up Today!
Wild for the Yuba — SYRCL’s Dinner & Silent Auction fundraiser — is featuring one of the hottest up-and-coming bands from the North State, Broken Compass Bluegrass. On June 3 at 6pm at the Wheelhouse, they’ll open Wild for the Yuba as SYRCL celebrates its 40th anniversary and raises money for its scholarship fund, outdoor education programs, River Ambassadors and the Yuba River Cleanup.
After a number of years off, the South Yuba River Citizens League was proud to bring back its State of the Yuba event on Wednesday, April 26 at Peace Lutheran Church in Grass Valley.
WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE EVENT HERE