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Our video shorts strive to show viewers, in 1 minute or less, where and how Wetland Restoration IS working throughout the Bay Area, thanks to the efforts of our San Francisco Bay Joint Venture partners.

We encourage you to share our videos on your social media channels. Use the share button here, or find it on Twitter #wetlandrestoration, YouTube (and subscribe to our channel) or Vimeo and download or share from there. With each we also provide a publishing guide with detailed instructions, tips and tools.

February 2017
Redwood Creek: Wetlands Restoration is Working

There is a place you might have been to or know as Muir Beach. This is also the place where Redwood Creek meets the sea. Thanks to the efforts of many dedicated people, the health of this creek has been restored over the last several years providing a healthier ecosystem, critical habitat for birds and other wildlife and an improved floodplain.

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Thanks to the National Parks Service, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Doug McConnell, and TrimTab Media for their assistance with the creation of this film. More information about the Redwood Creek Restoration can be found here.

December 2016
San Pablo Bay: Wetland Restoration IS Working

In our second video short we take you along a 17 mile corridor in San Pablo Bay where close to 40,000 acres of land has been protected and new wetland habitat is teeming with birds and other wildlife.

We want to thank Trimtab Media for this production along with Steve Zamek and Rick Lewis for their photo contributions AND our partners at Sonoma Land Trust, US Fish and Wildlife Service/San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge and Ducks Unlimited for their assistance.

October 2016
Heron's Head: Wetland Restoration IS Working

See the difference it has made in San Francisco's Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood. Here an abandoned pier development became the thriving ecosystem of Heron's Head Park.

We want to thank Trimtab Media for this production along with Carol Bach from the Port of San Francisco for her assistance with this project.