A coalition of three environmental groups has again sued the Point Reyes National Seashore, this time over its newly amended general management plan. The same nonprofits whose 2016 lawsuit spurred the update to the plan are now hoping to reverse the park’s decision to extend ranching leases and allow the culling of free-ranging tule elk.

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