Douglas firs and other trees cut down last month to block a trail built by locals in Forest Knolls shocked a man when he discovered it was the handiwork of Marin’s Open Space District. Tree barricades are standard practice for closing trails and are more effective—as well as more expensive—than using brush, the district says. It . . .

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