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Image of Tidestrom's lupines re-populating on otherwise unvegetated stretch of open sand dune after the dunes had been cleared by a previous restoration project that removed a dense monoculture of non-native beach grass, allowing native plants to re-establish.

Coastal Dune Restoration Environmental Assessment

Point Reyes National Seashore (Seashore) prepared the Coastal Dune Restoration Environmental Assessment (EA) to improve and restore coastal dune habitat of critical ecological importance in the park. Under this planning process, the Seashore is proposing to restore up to 600 acres of coastal dune habitat primarily to benefit species listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act (e.g., federally listed species). The document was released for public review on January 9, 2015, with public review concluding on February 9, 2015.
Comment Period: Closed        01/09/2015 - 02/09/2015
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