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Explore the geology, ecology and indigenous history of the San Francisco Bay while cruising aboard the Pacific Pearl, one of the premiere charter boats of the Fish Emeryville fleet. Your guide will be award winning...

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The publishing of the NY Times article Once Upon a Landscape profiling Brooklyn artist and Berkeley native Carol Bove led me to this 1982 archive titled “Rubbish lives for a time as a sculpture” detailing the infamous Emeryville mudflat sculptures. A 25-foot wheelchair,...

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The Bay Bridge Celebration is officially on and a critical component of getting there is connecting the Bay Trail to Gateway Park and to the Bay Bridge multi-use pathway (and ultimately, Treasure Island … and...

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Mudflat Sculpture Archive

February 24, 2013 | 1 Comments

Consider this Gallery an aggregate of images I’ve amassed from various web sources including this page dedicated to the mudflats on Tribe.net, a collection found on Spaces Art Environment and this article in the SFGate...

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