David Helvarg

journalist and enviromental activist

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David Helvarg on KCRW

From rocky cliffs at the Oregon border, to the Golden Gate, to the Southland's sunny beaches, the California coast is 1100 miles long.

The Many Faces of the California Coastline

From rocky cliffs at the Oregon border, to the Golden Gate, to the Southland's sunny beaches, the California coast is 1100 miles long.

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