Wonderful & amazing news for the mountain today... The PBS series "Natural Heroes" has selected The Invisible Peak to air on their 7 Emmy-award-winning, nationally-syndicated series (it airs in >100 markets).

The plight of Mt. Tamalpais will now be seen by hundreds of thousands more people, which is sure to continue to make a difference in the restoration process. (BTW, there's good news on that front... the feasibility study is in progress!) Along with TIP, we'll be adding a cut-down version of the "Mountains Made of Chalk" short about Genna Panzarella's offering to Mt. Tam, and the whole package will fit in the 23:30 slot that's required for a 30-minute PBS broadcast.

Ka molish! (that's Miwok for "thank you, it makes me glad")

Update May 1, 2016:  During February through April 2016, The Invisible Peak was shown more than 100 times on over 65 national/regional PBS stations around the USA.  Mt. Tamalpais is now in the hearts and minds of the entire country.

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AuthorGary Yost

The legendary Doug McConnell (of Bay Area Backroads and Mac and Mutley fame) has a new TV show on NBC called Open Road.   This week he featured the work we've been doing on the mountain to restore West Peak, and particularly how the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative is in place now (finally) to take care of the mountain.  It's a great 10-min overview of the work the community has embarked upon and it’s a bit of a call to action for everyone to get involved. You can watch by clicking on the image below:

Jordan Plotsky, Gary Yost and Doug McConnell on East Peak shooting the Open Road show about Mt. Tam.  April 13, 2015

Jordan Plotsky, Gary Yost and Doug McConnell on East Peak shooting the Open Road show about Mt. Tam.  April 13, 2015

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AuthorGary Yost