"When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first that is still to come."
Leonardo da Vinci
The San Francisco Bay is the largest estuary on the West Coast of the U.S. where fresh water from the Central Valley mixes with the salt water of the Pacific. Crabs, clams, fish and birds live in its deepwater channels, marshes and tidelands.

Shellshocked! Movie Screening Plus Oysters & Libations


Shellshocked! Movie Screening

March 21st, 2013, 6-8:30pm
Bridge ArtSpace (map)
$15 (includes movie ticket, oysters, beer, and popcorn)

The Watershed Project is pleased to host a special screening of Shellshocked: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves at Bridge ArtSpace in Richmond, California. Shellshocked is a riveting documentary detailing the demise of oyster reefs in New York harbor, and the current movement to revive their decreased populations. Proceeds from the event will benefit our Living Shoreline Initiative.

Panel Discussion following the movie with local native oyster restoration experts. Oysters and libations will be served!

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