According to some of the ranchers in the Point Reyes National Seashore, the park service is poorly versed in the management of sustainable agricultural lands—and that is both a serious threat to their operations and a missed opportunity.

In a letter submitted this fall to seashore superintendent Cicely Muldoon, the Point Reyes Seashore Ranchers Association—which . . .

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