For decades now, National Park Service officials at the Point Reyes National Seashore have been conducting formal planning processes, one after another. But for all the time and money spent on planning, nothing seems to stick.

In 1998, the seashore published an elk management plan and environmental assessment that stated, “The Park Service has a responsibility to . . .

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