The South Yuba River Citizens League and the Department of Boating and Waterways will host live theater at the Hatchery Facilities.
What does SYRCL stand for?
SYRCL stands for South Yuba River Citizens League (Nevada City, CA)
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Who: Mary Nichols, Secretary of Resources, the State of California Ruth Coleman, Director, California Department of Parks and Recreation Mark Emmerson, Sierra Pacific Industries Dave Sutton, The Trust for Public Land Michael Killigrew, South Yuba River Citizens League Shawn Garvey, The Sierra Fund Ray Patton, California Department of Parks and Recreation What: A celebration marking the addition of 730 acres to South Yuba River State Park.
Honored guest Mary Nichols, Secretary of the California Resources Agency, the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), The Sierra Fund, local elected officials and environmental groups all joined the ceremonies to mark the state's purchase of the prized forestland from TPL for expansion of South Yuba River State Park.