Book: Saving Upper Newport Bay
How Frank and Frances Robinson Fought to Preserve one of California’s Last Estuaries
by Cassandra Radcliff

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In the early 1960s, when land developers planned to dredge, bulldoze, and build on Upper Newport Bay, two Newport Beach residents objected. Their simple objection grew to become one of the most important ecological battles in California, with friends, neighbors, newspapers, the government, and the courts all taking sides. This is the story of Frank and Frances Robinson's life-changing journey, which ultimately impacted the history and ecology of southern California. (8x8 in. paperback, color, 110 pgs.) Published by Top Reads Publishing, Cover painting by Terry Ann Stanley

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