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Sunday, April 27, 2008

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San Mateo County Coastside Landowner Donates Conservation Easement to POST

Gift protects expansive 952-acre ranch along Highway 1.

April 2, 2008

Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) announced today that it has received a donation of a conservation easement on a 952-acre ranch along Highway 1 south of Half Moon Bay. Landowner Kathleen Scutchfield donated the easement, valued at $7.9 million, to preserve the scenic vistas and rich natural resources on the property, known as Toto Ranch.

“I’ve seen how development has been creeping up and down the coast and feel it’s important to make a statement and save this land just as it is, in its open, natural state,” said Scutchfield. “POST has done so much to preserve the character of the Coastside, and I want to see that this beautiful land is protected forever.”

For rest of story:

http://www.openspacetrust.org/news/pressreleases08-0402.html

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