Fifty years ago today in the Oval Office, President John F. Kennedy signed legislation authorizing Point Reyes National Seashore, “to save and preserve, for purposes of public recreation, benefit, and inspiration, a portion of the diminishing seashore of the United States that remains undeveloped.” It was the culmination of many years of dogged efforts by citizens and lawmakers who . . .

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