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Celebrating a California Story

Please join State Assemblymembers Alejo, Ammiano, Beall, Bonilla, Buchanan,


Calderon, Fong, Gordon, Hayashi, Hill, Huffman, Ma, Monning, Skinner, Swanson
and Wieckowski and State Senators Alquist, Corbett, DeSaulnier, Evans, Hancock,
Leno and Yee in recognizing the national broadcast of a uniquely Californian story,
the Emmy winning documentary Saving the Bay.
Producers’ Film Showing: Saving the Bay
Wednesday, March 23rd, 7:00 P.M., Crest Theater, 1013 K St., Sacramento
Complimentary showing, special edition, 59 minute version
Saving the Bay is a co-production of Ron Blatman and KQED/KTEH Public
Television, with support from the Bay Area Toll Authority / Metropolitan
Transportation Commission, California State Coastal Conservancy, Richard and
Rhoda Goldman Fund, Ambassador Bill and Jean Lane Fund, David and Lucille
Packard Foundation, Sonoma County Water Agency and others.
Narrated by Robert Redford, Saving the Bay explores the history of one of
America’s greatest natural resources — San Francisco Bay — with four one-hour
episodes tracing the Bay from its geologic origins 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 San Francisco Bay
and the larger northern California watershed from the Sierra Nevada to the
Farallon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Saving the Bay premieres on most PBS
stations Wednesdays, April 20 & 27 and May 4 & 11 at 10pm (check local listings).

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