The South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL – pronounced circle) was founded in 1983 by grassroots activists determined to protect the South Yuba River from dams. Ultimately, SYRCL won permanent protections for 39 miles of the South Yuba River under California’s Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Today, SYRCL is the central hub of community activism to protect, restore, and celebrate the Yuba River watershed. With 38 years of achievements, 3,500 members and volunteers, SYRCL is doing great things for the Yuba watershed.  The Forest Conservation Program Manager leads and envisions SYRCL’s forest conservation work throughout the Yuba River watershed.  SYRCL’s forest health work accelerated beginning in 2019 and continues to grow considerably

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