OCSC has always and will always be committed to the conservation and protection of our natural environment, especially the San Francisco Bay. We’re proud to support our friends who have created Saving the Bay.
Saving the Bay, narrated by Robert Redford, is a lively and timely public television series about one of America’s greatest natural resources — San Francisco Bay. Being shot in HDTV for national broadcast, Saving the Bay consists of four one-hour episodes focusing on the geological, cultural, and developmental history of San Francisco Bay and the larger northern California watershed from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the Farallon Islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Conceived as more than purely a television series, Saving the Bay is a huge public education project designed to raise awareness about San Francisco Bay — its evolution, how we almost lost and then saved the Bay, and how we are planning the future of the Bay including wetland restoration, increased public access and balancing the often competing needs of a fragile ecosystem which is the centerpiece of a major urban area with over 7 million people.
Embark on the California Hornblower on April 20, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. Pier 3, San Francisco, returning at 7:30 pm
Please join Saving the Bay on this evening cruise and special preview of the series and meet some of the people who appear on camera as well as the team behind the scenes. Submit donations and ticket requests by debit, credit card, or check directly at the Saving the Bay Donation Page. Checks should be made out to KQED, noting Saving the Bay, and sent to: Ron Blatman, c/o ESA, 225 Bush Street, Suite 1700, San Francisco, CA 94104.
For more information please contact Kele Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 896-5900 ext.369.