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Dungeness Crab Season To Open Between Point Reyes, Salt Point

POINT REYES (KCBS) – A 50-mile section of coastal waters off the North Bay will open to commercial crab fishing on Saturday.

The stretch is from Point Reyes in Marin County north to Salt Point in Sonoma County. 65 more words

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Roadtrip in San Fransisco & Marin County

Hey guys! Thought I’d share some pictures from our road trip through Marin County and San Fransisco. I absolutely love San Fransisco area and it’s amazing views. 218 more words

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Domoic Acid Delays Dungeness Crab Season For Much Of North Coast

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – A 120-mile stretch of the Northern California coastline will not open for the commercial Dungeness crab season next week, putting North Coast crabbers in an economic bind again. 224 more words

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Environmental Studies Professor Laura Watt Publishes Book About Evolving Landscapes in Point Reyes

A new book by Sonoma State University Environmental Studies and Planning Professor Laura Watt is coming to bookshelves Nov. 29. “The Paradox of Preservation” is the story of landscape preservation of Point Reyes and what the idea of wilderness really means. 344 more words

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Plan An Adventure In Point Reyes National Seashore

The peninsula that is Point Reyes is a beautiful area that holds over 150 miles of hiking trails. That’s crazy, right!? So if hiking is your thing, you have a lot of options. 891 more words

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Vancouver to San Francisco Tour 2016 - A Cycle Tour by someone who's never cycle toured before - Day 22 - Bodega Bay, CA to Samuel P. Taylor State Park, CA

The penultimate date. Tomorrow I will be riding over that bridge to downtown San Francisco. Sigh –  this will soon be over. However another great day lay ahead… 1,084 more words

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Imagery and the Election

THE NIGHT before the Big Election we slept at Inverness, a beach enclave north of San Francisco that is right smack on the major San Andreas faultline. 476 more words

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