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Conservation area would preserve some of California's least-trampled terrain

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avatar Conservation area would preserve some of California's least-trampled terrain
March 22, 2010 12:14AM
t is difficult to fathom that there could be a plot of ground in California that hasn't been extensively tramped across, camped on, photographed or blogged about. If anything comes close, it's the proposed Berryessa Snow Mountain National Conservation Area, a half-million-acre section of the inner coast range that is home to some of the most biologically diverse landscape in the state, ranging from unspoiled rivers and rolling oak woodlands that begin near the town of Winters to the craggy 7,000-foot peak of Snow Mountain in the Mendocino National Forest, 100 miles to the north.

http://www.latimes.com/news/science/environment/la-me-berryessa22-2010mar22,0,4343962.story
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