The undertaking of a first-ever dairy and ranching management plan that the National Park Service says will address extended ranching permits, diversification of land use and tule elk in the Point Reyes National Seashore will either strengthen the future of local agriculture or lead to the demise of some ranches, depending on whom you ask. 

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