coastal access

Sonoma Coast is Not for Sale – Locals Object to Marathon

Thank You Sonoma County Gazette! Sonoma Coast is Not for Sale – Locals Object to Marathon Mar 21, 2019 Share: Coast citizens are gathering signatures, letters, and momentum to oppose the proposed Sonoma Coast Marathon scheduled for September 29th. So far permits have not been issued and the North Coast communities (Jenner to Fort Ross) have […]

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Feb. 23rd: Regional Parks Hosts Community Meeting for North Coast Trails

Regional Parks Hosts Community Meeting for North Coast Trails Santa Rosa, CA  –  February 13, 2019  –  Sonoma County Regional Parks invites the public to a Feb. 23 informational meeting for two trails planned on the North Coast. Park planners will provide updates on a 1.1-mile trail proposed for the Kashia Coastal Reserve north of

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In big win for coastal advocates, judge refuses to approve deal that would limit the public from reaching Hollister Ranch beaches

LA TIMES: In big win for coastal advocates, judge refuses to approve deal that would limit the public from reaching Hollister Ranch beaches By Rosanna Xia Feb 11, 2019 | 9:15 AM | Santa Barbara Public outrage has fueled new efforts by state officials to open this coveted stretch of Santa Barbara coastline. Hollister Ranch

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California Coastal Commission’s planned $8.00 fee and its impact on the Kashia Pomo

Remember the California Coastal Commission is holding their monthly meeting on April 13-15th at the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors chambers. They only accept public comments the first few days and the public is welcomed to attend. There will be discussion at this meeting on the outcome of the beach fees. February 22, 2016  

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