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What a Wild and Scenic Trip It’s Been

It was a celebration of 30 years of success in fighting for, saving, and re-establishing the South Yuba River. The SYRCL 30th Anniversary event, full of music, food, drink, camaraderie, and a little bit of fundraising was celebrated by several hundred SYRCL members, volunteers, and river supporters.
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syrcl30SYRCL Board Member¬† Shana Maziarz, like many members and volunteers, has been involved with the SYRCL since the late 1980’s and like all members and supporters fell in love with the South Yuba River at a young age.
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Throughout the organization it is commonly stated, the most important accomplishment has been getting a protected status.
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Restoration work needed as a result of overworking the land that touches the South Yuba is also part of SYRCL’s success.
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Education outreach is another example of success.
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And SYRCL’s partnership with Grass Valley Charter School was instrumental with saving the South Yuba River State Park at Bridgeport.

The name of the celebration mirrored SYRCL’s 30 years of experience,¬† What a Wild and Scenic Trip its Been.

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