Newest California state park saved this tiny town from disaster

SF Gate

By Silas Valentino

The vision began in 2002 when River Partners and the Tuolumne River Trust collaborated to restore dairy farmland to its natural state. Today, Dos Rios Ranch State Park is a 1,600-acre testament to the power of river restoration.

“This is a place to experience the world at home,” said Director for California State Parks Armando Quintero.

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