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Friday, April 10, 2009

1295 Acres of Ranches were Saved with easements in 2008 in Marin County Preservation Deals

7/14/2008--on 585 acre Dolcini ranch easement

on 810 acre Panfiglio ranch easement. Located north of Point Reyes Station near Highway One, the easement links two other ranches protected by MALT easements, providing a permanent wildlife corridor. It becomes part of a contiguous band of protected lands totaling more than 7,600 acres. The property also serves as the headwaters of Grand Canyon Creek and Walker Creek.

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