Paul Edelman

Chief of natural resources and planning, Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

Chief of natural resources and planning for the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority

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An environmental group will take control of a sprawling ranch near the LA-Ventura County border that is home to diverse animals and plants.

$6M for 6000 acres in LA: Hathaway/Temescal Ranch will be protected

An environmental group will take control of a sprawling ranch near the LA-Ventura County border that is home to diverse animals and plants.

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