Wild & Scenic Film Festival Highlights: Local’s Edition

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival has officially opened! We invite you to join us for our live virtual events, check out the films created by some of our community members, and explore our watershed during the rainy season.

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival: A Record Breaking Year

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

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17th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival Trailer

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

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Artwork Revealed for 2019 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Festival Producer, Jorie Emory, had the opportunity to chat with graphic designer and artist Lawrence Lander about his vision for the poster. Details

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Centennial Dam Spending Must Stop

Centennial Dam failed to qualify for Proposition 1 funding, thanks to our Dam Watchdogs’ efforts. But the project still is moving forward. In fact, there are dozens of ways Centennial Dam could advance right under our noses, one being NID’s new Raw Water Master Plan. Details

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Groundswell of Youth Engaged and Ready for Action

A theater full of students cheered and clapped before settling into their chairs for the 2018 Wild and Scenic Film Festival (WSFF) School Program last week. More than 2,000 students from our local community and neighboring counties participated in the WSFF School Programs. Details

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20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup a Success!

On Saturday, September 16, a record number of volunteers turned out to participate in the Yuba River Cleanup! Thank you for rolling up your sleeves, pulling on your boots, and for getting dirty with us in celebration of the 20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup. The results were astounding! Get the stats

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Caleb’s Farewell — Saturday, Sept 16

After six years at the helm of SYRCL, Caleb Dardick is stepping down as Executive Director. He’s chosen a mighty fine day to do it. Caleb’s last day lands in conjunction with the Yuba River Cleanup – Saturday, September 16th. This will be Caleb’s 7th Cleanup and SYRCL’s 20th. And we’re looking forward to celebrating him and all of you! More…

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Flo visits the Cleanup to encourage membership!

Our favorite steelhead was at the post-Cleanup BBQ as part of a membership drive urging volunteers to “give, join, or renew.” The first 20 members received official Cleanup t-shirts and read more >>

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SYRCL Partners with 30 Organizations, Agencies and Businesses to Produce 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day

Saturday, September 20, 2014 Click to register for the Cleanup today! Join SYRCL and over 500 volunteers as we embark on the 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup & Restoration Day—together read more >>

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