It was a crisp Saturday morning on October 9th, seven SYRCL volunteers showed up to the high country of Loney Meadow, which sits at 6,000 feet in elevation, to help SYRCL scientists in protecting critical aspen stands. Loney Meadow is home to one of SYRCL’s meadow restoration projects that helps to restore habitat for many birds, shrubs, meadow vegetation, and wildlife in addition to the aspen stands themselves.
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
If you missed the State of the Yuba, don’t worry. We recorded the whole evening so you can catch up on all that SYRCL is doing to protect the watershed. Details
This event kicks off the month long celebration of the Yuba, Bear and American River watersheds with a Nisenan Blessing and live music. Pack a picnic and bring the whole family and enjoy an afternoon of children’s activities and explore the Bear River. Details
You are cordially invited to SYRCL’s 6th annual State of the Yuba, our report to the citizens of the Yuba watershed. And, to celebrate the South Yuba’s 20th anniversary as a Wild & Scenic River, we’ll convene a panel of special guests who were on the frontline of this major victory. Details
This year’s record-breaking attendance at Wild & Scenic shows us that the world is ready to be inspired. People are seeking out the stories that celebrate environmental activism and teach us how we can each make a difference. Details
Looking for some inspiration to kick off 2019? Check out our brand new Wild & Scenic Film Festival trailer, featuring a selection of this year’s 150 films! Details
River Science Director, Rachel Hutchinson, will discuss SYRCL’s restoration efforts and provide initial results from the hydrology, vegetation, and carbon monitoring on Tuesday, November 13 at Sierra College. Details