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Published on Feb 23, 2015
Sonoma Land Trust is changing the map of San Francisco Bay with its Sears Point Wetland Restoration Project, which will re-create 1,000 acres of tidal marsh. While the levee breaches will occur this fall, letting in the tides, the recent storms have filled the newly constructed tidal basin, making it attractive to birds and hikers alike. You'll see why -- it's absolutely stunning! Here, Baylands program manager Julian Meisler shares some interesting facets of the project along with the new spectacular scenery. (Videographer: Corby Hines)