The National Park Service could be on the brink of destroying the heart of Point Reyes—the peninsula’s unique weaving of wilderness and agriculture. It is the rugged coastline and forested ridges juxtaposed against green pastures and whitewashed barns that visitors find so stunning. And it is the men and women working on these coastal farms and ranches . . .

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