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Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act

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California’s Central Coast: Wild Lands, Scenic Rivers Need Conservation

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These are the Ocean's Protected Areas—and We Need More | National Geographic

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Spring Basin Wilderness

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Spring Basin Wilderness

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Celebrating 50 years of American wilderness

The Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act is a U.S. federal law enacted in 2006 that enlarged existing wilderness boundaries and created new wilderness areas for protection under the National Wilderness Preservation System. These newly designated protected wilderness areas help safeguard habitat for more than 250 endangered species including the California condor and the bristlecone pine, the oldest living trees on earth.
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