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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

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Ranching family donates easement across rugged land for public trail North of San Francisco Bay


Trail Leads to Berryessa Peak through Private 3000-acre ranch


Napa Valley Register, 9/21/08

The Ahmanns have granted an easement for use of land along the Napa-Yolo county line, east of Lake Berryessa, to the Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District. The donation now gives hikers a chance to trudge up the Blue Ridge, the 3,000-foot highlands controlled by the federal Bureau of Land Management, to take in a view ranging from the Sierra Nevada to the east to Mount Tamalpais to the west.

for full story:
http://www.napavalleyregister.com/articles/2008/09/21/news/local/doc48d5e67442cf7565276001.txt


To read more on this trail easement donation:

http://www.carangeland.org/Files%20to%20Link/Guardian%20of%20the%20Range/Ahmann/CRCC%20-%20GR%20-%20Ahmann-Final.pdf

or http://carangeland.org/

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