Ranchers, environmentalists, elected officials and others didn’t arrive at a grand consensus during a pair of meetings focused on the seashore’s forthcoming ranch management plan last week, but they did get a chance to congregate in small groups and trade perspectives on a park they are all zealous about protecting: some deeply focused on preserving agriculture, others . . .

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