Did you miss this year’s volunteer open house and community report, State of the Yuba? We’ve got you covered. Check out the entire program below!
Board President Joe Bell and Development Director, Julie Pokrandt, welcome community and SYRCL members. As one of the largest grassroots river organizations in the country, SYRCL’s continued effectiveness as an advocate and change agent depends on having a membership base that is thriving and engaged. Joe and Julie thank our members who provide critical support to our research, restoration, and outreach programs, and as well as leverage our political power in Washington and our home district.
Do you want to learn about volunteer opportunities to defend the Yuba? Check out Jenn Tamo’s address on upcoming volunteer opportunities and ways to take action with SYRCL.
SYRCL salutes Allan Eberhart as our Volunteer of the Year in recognition of his decades-long activism on behalf of the Yuba River and surrounding watersheds.
SYRCL honors Junie Bedayn as the Youth Environmentalist of the year. Junie is a Nevada Union High School senior, who has volunteered for SYRCL for several years. Each year she takes part in the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, she was one of our teen members in SYRCL’s Earthwatch program in the Sierras, she helped organize our Youth for the Yuba event, and won the writing contest for SYRCL’s #ilovetheyuba art and writing contest!
Are you curious about what SYRCL is doing right now to restore the ecosystem on the lower Yuba River to bring back salmon, a keystone species? Hear from SYRCL’s partner of the year, US Fish & Wildlife, an agency doing great work to increase spawning habitat for juvenile salmonids. Or, jump to Rachel Hutchinson’s address on our exciting work to restore the lower Yuba River at the 7 min. 12 sec. mark.
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