New Law Could Revamp Historic California Parks
On Wednesday, Congress passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which allocates substantial money for the upkeep and expansion of public natural areas across the country, including in California.
It's a big win for conservationists.
“I’m pinching myself. It’s a great day,” said Mark Kramer of the Nature Conservancy.
Once signed by President Trump, California's historic parks could get millions to shore up their crumbling infrastructure.
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