Mori Point Environmental Assessment Released

PACIFICA (CA) — The Pacifica Tribune reports that the National Parks Service has prepared an environmental assessment for Mori Point, a 110-acre parcel of land purchased by the Golden Gate National Recreational Area that provides habitat for both the California Red-legged Frog and the San Francisco Garter Snake. “The NPS is proposing actions to restore and enhance this habitat and develop a safe and sustainable trail system that improves recreational experiences and reduced impacts to park resources. The Environmental Assessment presents and analyzes one ‘no action’ and three ‘action’ alternatives.” Previous news about Mori Point.