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OpenRoad With Doug McConnell

OpenRoad With Doug McConnell

With Doug McConnell

Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 11:28 AM PDT

Santa Cruz Mountain Redwoods

Santa Cruz Mountain Redwoods

There's more to redwood forests that magnificent trees. See how redwoods are teaching scientists how to harvest water from fog.

Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 11:29 AM PDT

Bay Area Wilderness Training

Bay Area Wilderness Training

An innovative program that trains teachers and lends equipment to help urban kids go camping and experience nature.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 06:43 PM PDT

Winter/Badger

Winter/Badger

Marvel at Rob Badger’s and Nita Winter’s beautiful photography of California’s wildflowers and wild lands.

Sunday, Jul 24, 2016 at 06:00 PM PDT

Sequoia-Kings Canyon Accessible Trails

Sequoia-Kings Canyon Accessible Trails

Explore the wonders of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks on trails accessible to everyone of all ages and physical abilities.

Sunday, Jul 24, 2016 at 06:02 PM PDT

Watchable Wildlife

Watchable Wildlife

Tour some of the premier places in northern California to watch wildlife up close.

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ABOUT THE SHOW

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.

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TUNE IN: Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on NBC Bay Area

MEET DOUG MCCONNELL

Doug McConnell has hosted and produced many series, specials and news reports on commercial and public television since moving back to the Bay Area in 1983. Among his series was the legendary, "Bay Area Backroads," the longest-running television series in Bay Area broadcast history.

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OUTDOOR VOICE

Parks, trails and open spaces don't just happen. They need you. Discover ways to take care of the natural places you love.

OUR UNDERWRITERS

OpenRoad is made possible in part by support from these public and non-profit institutions that are committed to caring for our special environmental and historical legacies and inviting us to join them.