The Hallwood Side Channel and Floodplain Restoration Project is designed to enhance the lower Yuba River ecosystem by increasing available juvenile salmon habitat to improve the natural production of Chinook salmon and Central Valley steelhead. The project will also reduce flood risk through lower water surface elevations and velocities during flood events
The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal regarding the California State Water Resources Control Board’s authority to set mandatory conditions in the new operating licenses for four hydroelectric projects.
Recently, the Tahoe National Forest announced their on-going partnership with National Forest Foundation providing $117 million dollars to begin working to reduce wildfire risk on the North Yuba landscape. This funding will support the North Yuba Landscape Resilience Project which was developed through the North Yuba Forest Partnership – a partnership of which SYRCL was a founding member.
This year, the Pacific Regional Summit was held from April 3 – 6 in Boise, Idaho on the Boise River Greenbelt….