South Yuba River Designated Nation’s First ‘Nude and Scenic River’

In a move sure to surprise unsuspecting tourists and locals alike, the White House today announced that President Biden has signed an Executive Order designating the South Yuba River the nation’s first “National Nude and Scenic River.”

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The 2021 Wild & Scenic Film Fest At-A-Glance

The 2021 Wild and Scenic Film Festival has an incredible selection of films that will inspire you, take you to new places, and introduce you to new ways of seeing the world. With over 100 films to choose from over the course of 11 days, the most difficult choice will be what to watch. Details

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View Wild & Scenic Film Festival’s 2021 Trailer

In case you missed it, we have unveiled our 2021 official trailer highlighting some of our lineup of over 100 environmental and adventure films, including 13 world premieres, to be shown at the 19th annual flagship event happening January 14-24, 2021. We hope this gets you as excited as it does us! Details

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Wild & Scenic Featuring Local Films

Join Wild & Scenic Film Festival this January 14-24 for more than 100 environmental and adventure films, including 13 world premieres! This year the festival is taking place as an entirely virtual experience over the course of eleven days and will feature activist workshops, an art exhibition, youth programs, as well as opportunities to interact with filmmakers and special guests. Details

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Attacks on Clean Water Protections Threaten the Yuba

The Trump Administration’s efforts to sacrifice clean water for energy projects are directly impacting the Yuba and its tributaries. Details

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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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Educationally Speaking

SYRCL River Education Manager, Rachel Lubitz, and former SYRCL intern, Aiden Keller, were recently interviewed on KVMR by Deer Creek Teacher, Kimberly Ewing, and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools, Scott Lay. Hear about SYRCL’s River Education Program and learn how you can get involved. 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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Action Alert: Tell Governor Newsom to Save Yuba Salmon

Wild salmon are in trouble. Drought, dams, and climate change are driving the West Coast’s most iconic fish closer to extinction. The Trump Administration has also threatened to undermine California’s ability to manage its own water, even though State and Federal agencies had worked in concert with the belief that wildlife protection, ecosystem restoration, and human & economic goals can coexist. 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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