John Dell'Osso spent his entire career with the National Park Service at the Point Reyes National Seashore, where he took part in countless efforts and helped forge compromise among differing interests. Of the tension between some environmentalists and ranchers within the park, he said, “I don’t see this anymore as a battle, ranchers on one side and environmentalists on the other." However, he added, "I think if the divides continue to widen, that would trouble me.”   Teresa Mathew
For nearly four decades, John Dell’Osso has been an integral part of the Point Reyes National Seashore. As the park’s chief of interpretation and resource education, he helps educate the public about the seashore, whether through social media, the press or interpretive materials. In his 36 years

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