OpenRoad with Doug McConnell
Sempervirens Fund is a proud sponsor of this television program featuring Bay Area public parks and open space.
Sempervirens Fund and the Santa Cruz Mountains on OpenRoad
Sempervirens Fund and partners were featured in the June 27 episode (EP69) that explores recovery efforts in the Santa Cruz Mountains in the wake of the CZU fire and offers a glimpse of Big Basin Redwoods State Park and plans to reimagine and reopen the park in the years ahead. Enjoy!
OpenRoad airs Sundays at 6:30pm on NBC Bay Area
OpenRoad with Doug McConnell takes viewers on journeys to explore the natural, historical and cultural treasures of the Bay Area and northern California focusing principally in parks and open spaces protected by the public and made accessible to all people for all time. The central goal of the series and its associated media is to put the spotlight on crown jewels that belong to all of us and encourage viewers to learn more about them, visit them if possible and perhaps come to support them as volunteers and in other ways. Season 1 began airing on April 26, 2015 and new episodes continue to delight curious minds today.
Watch, like, and share OpenRoad on the web and social media!
Website: OpenRoad with Doug McConnell – all stories are available for online viewing after their first broadcast
Facebook: OpenRoad | Sempervirens Fund
Twitter: OpenRoad | Sempervirens Fund
Hashtags: #OpenRoadTV | #OutdoorVoice | #TeamRedwoods
See Sempervirens Fund and our partners featured in OpenRoad’s Quiroste Valley – Restoring Sacred Ground segment from Season 1 (Season 2 re-broadcast date: 2/21/16).
More about OpenRoad:
The Bay Area and northern California have led the nation for many decades in preserving open space and maintaining and restoring environmental and historical legacies. We’ve all been given a great gift that’s now ours to enjoy, enhance and pass to future generations in better shape than we found it. OpenRoad reminds viewers of this grand heritage of ours and we hope inspires them to discover all it has to offer to enrich their lives.
Doug McConnell is the guide for the series, but the true stars are always the knowledgeable and engaging people he meets, the places they show us and the stories they tell. On television, we want everyone who finds the program to have a good time, learn a little at least and be fired up to find out more by watching again, visiting the website and hitting the open road themselves in search of adventure. Along the way, we hope they fall in love as much as we have with the wonders of nature and history protected by you and others in our own backyard.
You may also enjoy this Sempervirens Fund resource page: Hike, Bike and Ride the Redwood Forests