Conservationist John Muir
This event was hosted by the California Historical Society, as part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Harold Wood talked about the naturalist at the California Historical Society in San Francisco. John Muir is often considered the “Father of the National Park System” and played a large role in creating Yosemite National Park.
People in this video
Doug McConnell Host (Former) KRON-TV, San Francisco->Bay Area Backroads
- Harold Wood Chair Sierra Club->John Muir Education Team
- California Historical SocietyCalifornia Historical Society
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