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RiversLab: Restoring function: Positive responses of carbon and nitrogen to 20 years of hydrologic restoration in montane meadows

SYRCL Office 313 Railroad Ave, Nevada City, CA, United States

RiversLab is a time for us river geeks to sit down, listen in, and discuss a topic of our AmeriCorps choice. This January 24th Reed, SYRCL’s restoration coordinator/ AmeriCorps, will be presenting on Cody C. Reed’s research paper on “Restoring function: Positive responses of carbon and nitrogen to 20 years of hydrologic restoration in montane meadows.”

22nd Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Nevada City, CA Nevada City, CA, United States

SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires environmental activism and a love for nature–through film. Wild & Scenic shares an urgent call to action, encouraging festival-goers to learn more about what they can do to save our threatened planet. Save the Date for our 22nd edition – February 15-19, 2024. Our 5-day flagship festival is held annually

RiversLab: Reconnecting the Elwha River: Spatial Patterns of Fish Response to Dam Removal

SYRCL Office 313 Railroad Ave, Nevada City, CA, United States

Join us on March 12th for the next RiversLab. We will be discussing the challenges and benefits of restoring river connectivity. The Research article driving the conversation is “Reconnecting the Elwha River: Spatial Patterns of Fish Response to Dam Removal.” Click here for more information and to register.

SYRCL’s Quiz Night 2024

Gold Vibe Kombuchary 2615 Charles Drive, Grass Valley, CA, United States

Join SYRCL for Quiz Night on Tuesday, March 12! SYRCL’s annual Brains of Nevada County quiz night has a new home — Join us at Gold Vibe Kombuchary for bubbly drinks, food trucks, and trivia! Started in 2002, Quiz Night is the annual spring fundraiser for the South Yuba River Citizens League’s (SYRCL) Youth Environmentalist of

River Monitoring Orientation

SYRCL Office 313 Railroad Ave, Nevada City, CA, United States

At this orientation you will learn about the background of SYRCL’s River Monitoring Program, with an emphasis on what we monitor and why it is important. Click here for more information and to register.

River Monitoring Mandatory Field Training

Bridgeport Crossing 17660 Pleasant Valley Rd, Penn Valley, United States

Participants must have attended the River Monitoring Orientation meeting on March 14th prior to attending the Field Training. At the mandatory FIELD TRAINING: you will become familiar with SYRCL’s sampling protocol, practice working with the sampling equipment, and learn to fill out the data sheets. This training will be located at the Bridgeport Crossing at the South Yuba River

Scotch Broom Challenge 2024

Eric Rood Administration Center 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City, CA, United States

SYRCL will be leading a Scotch Broom Challenge adjacent to Mountain Bounty Farm, a farm that works closely with the Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT), on Friday, March 29th, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  Why get involved? Because we’re all about the power of teamwork and science-backed action! Scotch broom might seem harmless, but it’s wreaking

Scotch Broom Challenge 2024

Mountain Bounty Farm 14579 Blind Shady Rd, Nevada City, CA, United States

SYRCL and Bear Yuba Land Trust will be leading a Scotch Broom Challenge adjacent to Mountain Bounty Farm on Friday, March 29th, from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  Why get involved? Because we’re all about the power of teamwork and science-backed action! Scotch broom might seem harmless, but it’s wreaking havoc on our native plants and cranking

State of the Yuba 2024

Gold Vibe Kombuchary 2615 Charles Drive, Grass Valley, CA, United States

Join us on Wednesday, April 17 at our annual State of the Yuba address at Gold Vibe Kombuchary in Grass Valley. State of the Yuba is SYRCL’s free, open to the public report to the watershed community. It’s also an invitation to take action for the river. Hear from our team about the condition of the river, SYRCL’s vision for the future, education and volunteer

Naturalist Walk

River Access Rd River Access Rd, Browns Valley, United States

On May 17th, SYRCL's Botany Technician, Summer Driscoll, and our Restoration Coordinator, Reed Herbison, will be taking folks out on a naturalist walk in Hammon Grove. We will be looking at wildflowers, oak trees, butterflies, and really anything we can spot by the lower Yuba River! And of course, we will be incorporating some fun facts in how

Wild For The Yuba 2024

Schrammsberg Estate 242 Gold Flat Rd, Nevada City, United States

This year’s Wild for the Yuba will take place on Saturday, June 8th, at the Schrammsberg Estate (242 Gold Flat Rd) in Nevada City. The event begins at 6:00pm and will feature a delicious dinner with appetizers by Family Affair Catering, exciting live and silent auctions, and dancing and lively music by Broken Compass to end the evening. Click

Castle Valley Parking Lot and Trailhead Public Meeting

Boreal Lodge 19749 Boreal Ridge Rd., Soda Springs, United States

Join the Tahoe National Forest and the South Yuba River Citizens League Thursday June 13, 2024 from 5:00 – 6:30 at the Boreal Lodge to review 65% designs and provide feedback on the Castle Valley parking lot and trailhead! Meeting will be held on the 3rd Floor of Boreal Lodge — 19749 Boreal Ridge Rd.