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Enviros sue to stop Point Reyes NS management plan

A lawsuit brought in federal court on Monday challenges the National Park Service's plan for managing agriculture and wildlife at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. At the heart of the filing is a claim that the Park Service is embracing cattle ranches to the detriment of native Tule elk in the seashore.

The National Park Service has "prioritized the commercial needs of ranchers instead of providing maximum protection to the natural environment and supporting the public’s use and enjoyment of these majestic lands along the California coast," argues the lawsuit, filed by the Resource Renewal Institute, Center for Biological Diversity, and Western Watersheds Project.

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