The SF Bay Joint Venture partnership – and by that we mean, most likely, you – has been doing good work all around the Bay Area for the past 20 years! Thanks to our collective vision and expertise, commitment and perseverance, we are positively impacting our environment with changes that benefit people and wildlife alike, through our wetland restoration efforts.
So we gave ourselves a challenge: how might we show you, in 1 minute or less, that wetland restoration IS working?
Today we present our first in a video shorts series that attempts to do just that. This first one was shot in the heart of SF where a group of concerned citizens helped transform a stalled pier development project into what is now Heron’s Head park. Some of the historic shots, along with other help, was provided by Carol Bach from the Port of San Francisco.
If you think we met our challenge please share it! While the location is specific to our Joint Venture, the message is universal: wetland restoration IS working!! You can link to our video page, use the hashtag #wetlandrestoration to share on twitter or find it on YouTube, or Vimeo. We also offer a publishing guide for images and clever ways to share it on a variety of social media outlets. Stay tuned for our next short on San Pablo Bay, which we hope to be able to share with you in time for the (next) holidays.