|Coast & Ocean is published to help Californians know their coast better, enjoy it more, and participate in shaping its future.|
IN THIS ISSUE:
Commercial fishermen and environmental organizations
chart a new hopeful course in Morro Bay, new mapping technology renders
the ocean floor visible, and the public costs of sand mining are scrutinized.
This and much more.
An urban hunter considers his sport's role in conservation. Plans to remove a major dam from the Ventura River are moving forward. A wheelchair rider tours the San Francisco Bay Trail. And much more, including updates on two decades of stories, news of urban waterfronts, habitat restoration, water wars, conflicts between wildlife protection and public access, and adventures in nature close to home. We also report on how your park and wildlife bond money is being spent.
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