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Main Title Saving the bay : the story of San Francisco Bay /
Publisher Ronald M. Blatman, Inc., and KQED/KTEH Public Television,
Year Published 2009
Report Number 09/107W DVD
OCLC Number 462136018
Subjects Environmental protection--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Citizen participation. ; Environmental protection--California--San Francisco Bay Area--History. ; Environmentalism--California--San Francisco Bay Area. ; Water quality management--California--San Francisco Bay Area. ; Water quality management--California--San Francisco Bay Area--History. ; San Francisco Bay (Calif.)--Environmental conditions. ; San Francisco Bay (Calif.)--History.
Additional Subjects Save the Bay (Oakland, Calif.)
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://www.savingthebay.org/
Holdings
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
Modified
Checkout
Status
ERAD  GE155 .C2S28 2009 c.2 Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 11/16/2016
ERAD  GE155 .C2S28 2009 c.1 Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA 11/16/2016
Collation 2 videodiscs (approximately 240 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes
Originally produced in 2009.
Contents Notes
"From the Gold Rush to the Golden Gate Bridge, and through World's Fairs and World Wars, San Francisco Bay has been central to the identity of one of the world's leading economic, academic, recreational and cultural regions. Narrated by Robert Redford, Saving the Bay explores the history of the San Francisco Bay with four one-hour episodes tracing the Bay from its geologic origins following the last Ice Age through years of catastrophic exploitation to restoration efforts of today. This spectacular high definition series takes viewers on an unforgettable journey around the waters of the Bay Area's most treasured natural resource. The series also highlights the story of three women who rallied an entire region to save San Francisco Bay from becoming little more than a river. Spearheaded by three women in the East Bay hills, the story of how the Bay was saved is not only compelling in its own right, but offers an invaluable lesson about how ordinary citizens can have an impact on protecting and enhancing our natural environment."--Container. Disc 1. episode 1. Marvel of nature (prehistory-1848) -- episode 2. Harbor of harbors (1849-1906) -- Disc 2. episode 3. Miracle workers (1906-1959) -- episode 4. Bay in the balance (1960-present).