The Point Reyes National Seashore unveiled a new plan to improve and monitor water quality in the creeks, drainages and beaches downstream of its ranches and dairies. The California Coastal Commission had rejected a first draft of the plan last spring, giving the park until September to develop a more sophisticated version. 

Coastal commissioners lambasted the park’s first effort . . .

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