New state park could help California answer climate change


California’s newest potential state park near Modesto will mean that San Joaquin Valley residents won’t have to drive for hours to find first-class recreational space. River Partners laid the groundwork for the park by farming native habitat at our historic, 2,100-acre Dos Rios Ranch Preserve, transforming a flood-prone farm into a thriving riverside sanctuary that boosts flood safety, captures greenhouse gases and more. River Partners President Julie Rentner and Assemblymember Adam Gray share more about California’s newest state park in more than a decade in CalMatters.

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