Phil McKenna

President of Board of Directors, Gaviota Coast Conservancy

President of Board of Directors, Gaviota Coast Conservancy

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A team of coastal rights activists has banded together to stop a deal from going through that would essentially cut off access for good to Hollister Ranch, a pristine stretch of…

Coastal advocates intervene in Hollister Ranch settlement agreement

A team of coastal rights activists has banded together to stop a deal from going through that would essentially cut off access for good to Hollister Ranch, a pristine stretch of…

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