Hooray for Hetch Hetchy! - song available for download



Bill Oliver and The Otter Space Band

"Hooray for Hetch Hetchy", composed and performed by Bill Oliver, is now available online at CDBaby. It's a wonderfully inspirational song that captures our vision of restoring the valley and making Yosemite National Park whole again. 

For more than twenty years, Bill Oliver has been singing about habitat conservation, simultaneously educating, entertaining and motivating audiences at concerts, around campfires, and in schools. His aliases, the "Environmental Troubadour" and "Mr. Habitat" are well earned. More about Bill's music is online at billolivermusician.com and mrhabitat.net.

We are grateful, thrilled and honored that Bill has produced "Hooray for Hetch Hetchy". You can hear a sample for free, but why not just purchase the song? It's only $.99, and the proceeds go to Restore Hetch Hetchy. And don't forget to tell your friends.

The Hetch Hetchy story, including its devastating inundation and the compelling vision of its restoration, is not going away. "Hooray for Hetch Hetchy" is one of a long list of films, books and songs about the valley's legacy that are listed on our website's media page. If you see something missing from the list, let me know.



Tickets are now available for our Annual Dinner March 17 in Berkeley. What could be a greener way to celebrate St. Patrick's day?