Learn about the History of the Sacramento River; March 21st
Greetings! Mark your calendars for our next Sustainable Watershed Series event, featuring Bob Madgic’s new book about the Sacramento River. We’d love to see you there!
“The Sacramento – A Transcendent River” Presentaion and Book Signing
We are excited to be hosting author Bob Madgic on Thursday, March 21st to introduce his new book about our famed local river. The event will be at 6:00pm at the Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum, located at 1 N. Old Stage Road in Mt. Shasta. Registration is not required, and a $5 donation is requested at the door.
Bob Madgic’s new book celebrates the power and beauty of the Sacramento River and the wildlife it supports. It chronicles the Sacramento River’s natural and human history and its role as a source of learning, recreation, and contemplation, as well as being a primary force in transforming California. The event will feature a multimedia presentation by the author. Copies of his new book will be available for purchase, with a percentage of proceeds benefitting the River Exchange’s educational programs. In fact, Bob mentions the River Exchange in the book; thank you Bob!
The Sacramento: A Transcendent River is the first comprehensive publication on one of the most important rivers in the world. Through crisp writing and more than 190 stunning photos, it traces the river from its headwaters to its estuary, and its human history from before Euro-Americans to the present. Running throughout are incisive accounts of where the river has undergone alterations and degradations, often with damaging consequences.
According to Tim Palmer, author of Rivers of California, ”California’s largest river has long deserved a book that tells its story with insight, engagement, and soul. Bob Madgic has now filled the bill with this publication. In fresh and essential ways, the reader will come to know and understand this magnificent river that is so crucial to the ecology and economy of the entire state and beyond.”
This is Bob’s fourth published work. His other titles include Shattered Air; A True Account of Catastrophe and Courage on Yosemite’s Half Dome, A Guide to California’s Freshwater Fishes, and Pursuing Wild Trout; A Journey in Wilderness Values. These books will also be available for purchase at the event. For more information about Bob Madgic’s books and his other events, visit www.bobmadgic.com.
Call us at (530) 235-2012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Feel free to pass along this information to your friends and family, and thank you for all you do to support the health of our local waters!
The River Exchange