Fifteen million dollars in capital improvements and a shift to more interpretive services could be in store for Muir Woods National Monument, if the park adopts its preferred alternatives for a final general management plan and environmental impact statement that covers 50,000 acres of land in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Under the preferred alternative for the . . .

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