Earth Day Outings in the Yuba Watershed

As the skies clear and the days begin to feel just a bit warmer, more and more of us are looking to get out and into nature. We’ve been getting a lot of folks asking where they can go to continue to maintain social distancing while being close to the river. Details

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River Ambassadors Complete a Successful Third Season!

This summer, River Ambassadors spent twelve weekends at four popular South Yuba River crossings where they raised awareness about the need for collective care and stewardship at the river.  As read more >>

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Restoration Volunteers RUN OUT of Scotch Broom to pull at Hoyt’s Crossing!

Volunteers make Scotch Broom Challenge a Success On Saturday March 22nd, SYRCL volunteers removed Scotch broom at Hoyt’s Crossing on the South Yuba River— until they ran out of Scotch read more >>

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Sierra Buttes Hike – Stellar Views, Colorful Stories, and Friendships Formed

  On Saturday, October 5, twenty-three adventurers, led by local Yuba River historian and author Hank Meals, accompanied Caleb Dardick, SYRCL’s Executive Director and Miriam Limov, SYRCL’s River People Manager read more >>

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Come Volunteer to Improve Aspen Habitats in the High Country

Glorious aspens in the sunshine Join a Community of Volunteers who Want to Make a Difference while Having Fun! Aspens are in decline in the Sierra Nevadas for reasons such as, changes read more >>

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Friendships Formed Around Trail Work

Ten SYRCL supporters, accompanied by a Tahoe National Forest employee completed 3 miles of trail maintenance in Grouse Ridge, Tahoe National Forest on September 18 as part of the 13th read more >>

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Over 650 volunteers remove trash, restore trails and remove invasive vegetation!

The South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) coordinated the 13th annual Greater Yuba River Clean-Up and Restoration Day on Saturday, September 25 with over 650 volunteers ranging in age from read more >>

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