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Ranching families, enviros begin to weigh in on proposed agricultural alternatives at Point Reyes NS

The future of cattle ranching and herds of tule elk in the Point Reyes National Seashore is at stake in a policy-setting process that will culminate in four years and is already attracting thousands of public comments.


The National Park Service, which manages the sprawling seashore on the Marin County coast, has received about 2,800 comments on a list of six tentative management alternatives, including one that maintains the status quo for 24 families engaged in beef and dairy cattle ranching and three others that would eliminate or reduce ranching.


http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/7654034-181/future-of-point-reyes-cattle?artslide=0

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