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San Onofre Campground is one of 5 most visited Parks in California San Mateo Loop is preferred for its quiet natural beauty and safety
San Mateo Creek Watershed and Trestles Beach are native habitats for many wild and diverse species of plants, animals, and wetland birds
Trestles and San Onofre Beaches are two of the most popular surf spots worldwide and the only Championship Tour stop in the United States
The peace and serenity of Trestles and portions of San Onofre will be lost forever
Southern California campers went to the State Capitol to encourage Legislation to protect our State Parks
The trip was sponsored by The Sierra Club and Friends of the Foothills
Dick Troy, Retired Deputy Director for California State Parks led them through the Capitol to meet with legislative members
They also met with Ruth Coleman Director of Department Of Parks And Recreation
and Karen Scarborough of The Resources Agency
Letters of support for the State Park were hand delivered to the Governors Office and to The Resources Agency of California
What would Presidents Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon say to those who are planning to destroy the legacy they worked hard to preserve for the people of California?
I firmly believe that one of the greatest legacies we can leave to future generations is the heritage of our land, …
…but unless we can preserve and protect the unspoiled areas which God has given us, we will have nothing to leave them. Ronal Reagan Calif. Governor Press Statement 1971
Your help is greatly needed to save the legacy of San Onofre and Trestles for our future generations!
We urge to write letters to your District Representatives and to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger First Floor State Capitol Sacramento, CA 95814
For more information please contact Friends of the Foothills 202 S. Ola Vista San Clemente, CA (949)
Thank You for Your support
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