The Point Reyes National Seashore is putting off several of the key policy changes it outlined in last year’s general management plan amendment, frustrating activists, ranchers and state regulators alike. One policy, a new water quality strategy, was delayed by an ongoing lawsuit, park officials told the California Coastal Commission last week. Seashore superintendent Craig Kenkel asked for an . . .

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