Water quality is at the center of the latest chapter in the debate over the Point Reyes National Seashore. After asking for a delay, the park service this week will present the California Coastal Commission with a sweeping draft water quality strategy to monitor and diminish the impacts of cattle grazing. Meanwhile, environmental activists who have been conducting private water . . .

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