Coastal ranches and dairies are hoping that a week of rainy weather will precipitate a change in fortunes following a dry, cold and windy beginning to the year that has left their pastures parched. West Marin saw its driest January and February in recorded history this year, local watershed managers said, just one year after another drought required the . . .

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