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Cleaning Water the Natural Way- California’s Water (114)

Huell visits the restored 150 acre San Joaquin Marsh near Irvine. This segment of “ California’s Water” explores how wetlands serve as nature’s own water filtration systems. A visit to the San Joaquin Marsh in Irvine offers a first-hand look at the valuable function wetlands areas perform in removing pollutants from runoff while at the same  Continue Reading »

Sacramento: San Joaquin Delta- California’s Water (102)

Located at the confluence of the Sacramento and the San Joaquin River, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is made up of wetlands marked by channels and an extensive system of levees. Huell visits this vital part of our state and learns that it is many things–a destination for boating and fishing, a vital habitat for migratory birds,  Continue Reading »