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Re: Miles of California coastline to be preserved, opened to public

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avatar Miles of California coastline to be preserved, opened to public
April 13, 2012 05:06PM
A spectacular stretch of Northern California coastline that includes ocean-side bluffs, beaches, rolling hills and redwood groves will be permanently protected from development under a landmark deal approved this week by the state Coastal Commission. The 6,800 acres of undeveloped shoreline, wooded areas and farmland in northern Santa Cruz County--known as Coast Dairies ranch--will be transferred to the state and federal government, which will operate it as open space and preserve portions for agriculture. Much of the land will be opened to the public.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/04/deal-will-preserve-large-swath-of-coastal-land-in-northern-california.html
avatar Re: Miles of California coastline to be preserved, opened to public
April 18, 2012 09:39PM
That's a nice piece of news - thanks, I had not seen it. That's a very pretty stretch of coast, quiet beaches and bluffs - and lots of brussels sprouts.
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