"I have always called it the Tuolumne Yosemite, for it is a wonderfully exact counterpart of the great Yosemite, not only in its crystal river and sublime rocks and waterfalls, but in the gardens, groves, and meadows of its flower park-like floor.”
― John Muir, "The Yosemite"
"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth
doing as simply messing about in boats.”
― Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows.
All water diverters expected to help restore salmon, Phase 1 includes San Francisco
San Francisco is responsible for diverting less than 1% of Bay-Delta Inflow, but 100% responsible for flooding Hetch Hetchy Valley
President George H.W. Bush: acid rain and California water
economics and the environment
Reviewing “Water from the Wilderness: Hetch Hetchy to San Francisco Bay”
"a profanation on the face of it - to go into a national park and dam up one of its most beautiful features"
Fire and Water
coping with fire in semi-arid California
Restore Hetch Hetchy Fall 2018 Newsletter
and a few updates
California Supreme Court declines request for review:
Next steps for Restore Hetch Hetchy and a bit of reflection
Friends weigh in with California Supreme Court
"amicus" letters support request for review
(warning recommended reading below)