Thank you for visiting our website for “The Sacramento River: At Current Speed.” Our film is an exploration of a hidden river, surrounded by farm and freeway, where millions of people live and work. It is a river with two personalities, one that retains a sense of wildness, home to endangered salmon, to otter, eagle and osprey. One that is a massive plumbing system; it’s waters captured and transferred hundreds of miles for agriculture and drinking.
Last June we set off from Redding, CA. in a whitewater dory and rowed the river to the Sacramento Delta. Along the way we met some interesting folks who helped us better understand how water works in California. Join us!
These organizations are doing great work in the Sacramento River Corridor:
The Nature Conservancy
Friends of the River
Water Education Foundation
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