BOLINAS: Pine Gulch Creek flows through farmland and parkland; this fall, a water storage project meant to preserve summer flows will be complete.   David Briggs

Seventeen years after the Point Reyes National Seashore proposed that three Bolinas row croppers change the way they use Pine Gulch Creek, a project that will bank over 21 million gallons of winter water finally broke ground this month.

When construction is complete this fall, five storage ponds will provide water drawn during the rainy season to . . .

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