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Water From The Wilderness: Two Engineers Who Shaped San Francisco

(Third in series of stories supplementing the upcoming public television documentary)
Water and the Wilderness:  Two Engineers who shaped San Francisco
In the 1830’s, before the discovery of gold in the Sierras, San Francisco was little more than a vast sand dune sparsely populated, with less than 800 traders, explorers and adventurers …Read More

Water From The Wilderness: All That Glitters Ain’t Gold

(Second in Series of stories supplementing the upcoming public television documentary)
All That Glitter’s Ain’t Gold – Sometimes It’s Something Far More Valuable

The Gold Rush of 1849 created a need in San Francisco more valuable than the nuggets being extracted from the Sierras. In less than one year the population of …Read More

Water From The Wilderness: Eight Facts You May Not Have Known About Hetch Hetchy

(First in Series of stories supplementing the upcoming public television documentary)

Every drop of water we use in the San Francisco Bay Area, to shower, bathe, or quench our thirst, travels to our faucets through one of the most amazing systems of engineering known to man.

Have you ever wondered how …Read More

New Jim Yager Media Website!

Our beautiful new JYM website is live and ready for prime time! My good friends at True West Media have really outdone themselves in creating a site that reflects both the spirit and energy of our work as well as the very special clients and people we’re “Telling Stories” …Read More

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