Troubled by Trash? Help SYRCL Identify River Cleanup Sites

Have your trips to the river been sullied by troublesome trash, repellent rubbish or disagreeable debris? If so, we want to know. 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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Scotch Broom Challenge – March 30

Scotch broom is the most conspicuous invasive species we have in our watershed. It is extremely flammable and is toxic to deer, livestock, and horses. But, wait! There is something you can do to reduce the risk Scotch broom poses to our community and beautiful Yuba home. ​Details

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The Movie to Keep Squaw True – March 30

Join us for environmental and adventure films that will inspire activism and transport you to the farthest reaches of the globe, at Wild & Scenic events on March 30, April 7 and April 27. Details

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Three Wild & Scenic Film Events: Tickets On Sale Now

Join us for environmental and adventure films that will inspire activism and transport you to the farthest reaches of the globe, at Wild & Scenic events on March 30, April 7 and April 27. Details

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Join the Scotch Broom Challenge – March 30

Join your fellow river-lovers for this fun and rewarding challenge. Help us remove this invasive species from Purdon Crossing on Saturday, March 30. Details

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2019 Wild & Scenic Film Library is Here

The wait is over. If you are an active SYRCL member you can now borrow a selection of films that were featured in our 2019 Wild & Scenic Film Festival, including several of this past year’s Award Winners. Details

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A Visual Treat for Valentine’s Day: For the Love of Mary

Our Valentine’s gift to you is a short film about 97-year-old runner George Etzweiler who completed his first race up the northeast’s tallest peak, Mount Washington, when he was 69 years old. Despite having a pacemaker, the State College, Pennsylvania resident continues to compete in the grueling 7.6-mile race up nearly 4,700 feet of paved road, breaking his own record each year for oldest finisher. 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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