The plan to remove 470 tons of wooden oyster racks and roughly an acre of aquaculture debris in Drakes Estero was approved last week by the California Coastal Commission, opening the doors for a restoration project outlined by the Point Reyes National Seashore. The projected cost of removing the racks—the biggest part of the seashore’s efforts to . . .

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