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North Bay Waterways
Sonoma State University is home to lakes, a creek, and—although not literally on the campus itself—two nature preserves.
Hundreds of wetlands, springs, and geysers dot the landscape of the North Bay.
The North Bay is home to dozens of creeks and to the Petaluma River, the Russian River, and the Eel River.
The coastline of northern California is nationally known for its beauty and for the activism that has helped to preserve it.
The story of Sonoma County waterways and a creative collage of water in its many forms highlight this section.
Materials in this exhibit come from the Library's North Bay Digital Collections, Special Collections (print material), University Archives, and interested contributors. Visit the campus Water Works website for more events, exhibits, and profiles.
Materials from this exhibit were selected from the University Archives. Special thanks to University Affairs for use of the University Photo Archive, without which this project would not have been possible. Visit these two websites for more information on the history of SSU: University Archives and Celebrating 50 Years.