The National Park Service is drafting proposals for the designation of two local artist havens as nationally historic places. The first is Druid Heights, a former enclave of Zen philosopher Alan Watts, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder and sex-positive feminist Margot St. James. The five-acre property is located in a patch of forest near the northern . . .

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