When the Point Reyes National Seashore was established in the 1960s, ranchers in the park’s pastoral zone were offered leases or lifetime estates to continue their operations. Allowing the continuation of ranching had lasting value for not only Marin, but the nation, the conservation movement and dairy and beef ranching: It established a template for cooperation between the ranching . . .

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