What to Know About California’s Newest State Park, a Scenic Green Space Where Two Rivers Meet

Los Angeles Times

By Christopher Reynolds

As part of an Earth Day celebration, Governor Gavin Newsom officially dedicated California’s newest state park, Dos Rios, announcing the opening day for River Partners’ restoration crown jewel as June 12, 2024.

The property was run as a dairy and cattle ranch for decades, with a series of berms separating the rivers from the rest of the land, before it was acquired in 2012 by the California conservation nonprofit River Partners. River Partners planted vegetation, removed the berms in 2018 and began a transfer of the property to the state in 2023.

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