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Non-Profits: State Parks' Savior?


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The hills above Santa Ynez Canyon in Topanga State Park in Los Angeles, California.
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The hills above Santa Ynez Canyon in Topanga State Park in Los Angeles, California.

Legislation approved on Monday would allow private non-profit groups to operate state parks slated for closure. Join us to discuss what non-profit management might mean for the park system.

Host: Michael Krasny

Guests:

  • Elizabeth Goldstein, president, California State Parks Foundation
  • Jared Huffman, California assemblyman representing the 6th district (D-San Rafael)

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