California to Restore San Francisco Bay Wetlands

In what's being hailed as the largest wetlands restoration in the West, state and federal officials close a multi-million-dollar deal to expand the San Francisco Bay. Ever since the days of the gold rush, the bay has been losing ground as cities and businesses grew around it. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.

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