Transcript for Wetlands Regained, segment 01 of 8


{{{This program is about the San Joaquin Basin Action Plan, a plan to improve the plight of wetlands in the Central Valley of California.}}}

{{{Before 1900, rains and spring runoff in the Central Valley of California annually flooded 4 to 5 million acres of land, creating vast wetlands that sheltered and nourished millions of waterfowl.}}}

{{{Today in the Central Valley less than 300,000 acres of wetlands remain.}}}

{{{Wetlands Regained}}}


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