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In the 1960s, dairy farmers along the Marin County coast agreed to sell their ranches to the federal government to facilitate creation of the 71,000-acre Point Reyes National Seashore in 1972. That sales accord created a partnership enabling 27 working ranches to continue operating—scattered between public beaches, hiking trails, campgrounds and, later, a reserve for native tule elk. But now Tim Kehoe and other Point Reyes dairy farmers say they fear they could be forced to shutter.Learn more
As California’s weather swings from droughts to floods, farmers say they are planning for either extreme but remain confident knowing the water supply in state reservoirs is well above the historical average for this time of year. Yolo County farmer Fritz Durst said his crystal ball for the 2024 water year is unclear but added that surface water supplies remain plentiful with more winter weather to come.Learn more