An in-depth look at a major Sacramento Valley success story.
For more than two decades, Butte Creek salmon numbers have soared, thanks to an innovative, wide-ranging collaboration between landowners, urban and agricultural water managers, conservationists and state and federal officials. This was a groundbreaking effort that helped guide and contribute to a larger, concerted program to enhance our environment by improving spawning and migratory corridors for salmon and reconnecting them to historic floodplains in the region.
"A revolution in thought
Thank you to Ken "Creekman" Davis and John Hannon for providing footage for this project.
This project was supported by the California Rice Commission in partnership with
Emmy award winning producer, photographer, editor, Kit Tyler’s career spans thirty years of professional broadcast, live event, and multi-media production.
A lust for adventure and a passion for non-fiction storytelling led Kit on a long and celebrated career in journalism. From the breakup of the Soviet Union to the first free elections in South Africa to the civil war in Somalia, Kit has traveled the world capturing international, national and regional news. His work has appeared onevery commercial television network as well as PBS and an ever-growing list of cable networks.
While the fast pace and adventure of news gathering has always thrilled, Kit is equally comfortable with more complex—longer form projects that require research, careful planning and higher production values.
Kit Tyler has created scores of successful programs for science, art, business, and government clients. His documentary credits comprise more than a dozen feature-length broadcast programs including the Emmy award-winning national PBS programs, Saving The Bay and Becoming California.