John Muir was a naturalist, conservationist and kind of a curator all rolled into one: he explored, described, documented, advocated. That work still continues, in museums, in the Sierra Nevada, and on street corners. Molly Samuel followed two stories about restoring California's butterflies—one in the Oakland Museum of California, and the other on San Francisco's streets. Listen to the story, below.
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