The James River is the reason for Richmond's existence, and yet, in the 1970s it was one of the most polluted rivers in the country. We meet the activists and scientists who transformed it from a D- to a B+with hard work, perseverance and art. We are also introduced to the Atlantic Sturgeon - the amazing fish that survived the meteor that killed the dinosaurs but was almost wiped out by humans.
Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 16 seconds
Episode Number: 307
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THE GOOD ROAD is an innovative, inspiring documentary series about two best friends who travel the world meeting philanthropists and change-makers, who have dedicated their lives to addressing global humanitarian issues.
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