Under a settlement agreement filed in federal court on Wednesday, the Point Reyes National Seashore will update its general management plan and prepare an associated environmental impact statement that evaluates alternatives that include eliminating historic ranching and dairying operations. 

The agreement is largely a victory for the three environmental nonprofits—the Center for Biological Diversity, the . . .

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