Join us for the SpringFest Annual Event at South Yuba River State Park on Saturday, April 6, from 10am to 4pm. Delve into the vibrant world of native wildflowers and their crucial role in the local ecosystem. Explore the impact of nonnative plants and learn methods of invasive species removal in the region. Shelly Covert from the Rancheria Nisenan Tribe will provide an insightful presentation shedding light on the historical and cultural significance of native plants. Live music and a variety of family-friendly activities and presentations will be offered throughout the day.