This collection contains articles, reports, correspondences and legal documents gathered by Carla M. Bard. Bard was an environmental
activist and expert on water quality issues. She was the first woman to serve as a chairperson on the California State Water
Resources Control Board and later became active in issues concerning the San Joaquin River. Agencies mentioned in this collection
include the Ecosystem Restoration Program Plan and California/Federal (CALFED) Bay-Delta Program.
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