Jeff Kuyper, center, executive director of Los Padres Forest Watch, stands next to a gate on Huasna Road meant to keep people off the private property on the other side. Grace Hwang and Brian Cardile, second-year law students at the UCLA Environmental Law Clinic, are working with Los Padres Watch to restore access to Los Padres National Forest.
Jeff Kuyper, center, executive director of Los Padres Forest Watch, stands next to a gate on Huasna Road meant to keep people off the private property on the other side. Grace Hwang and Brian Cardile, second-year law students at the UCLA Environmental Law Clinic, are working with Los Padres Watch to restore access to Los Padres National Forest. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
Jeff Kuyper, center, executive director of Los Padres Forest Watch, stands next to a gate on Huasna Road meant to keep people off the private property on the other side. Grace Hwang and Brian Cardile, second-year law students at the UCLA Environmental Law Clinic, are working with Los Padres Watch to restore access to Los Padres National Forest. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

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March 04, 2013 5:00 PM

Group hopes to restore access to Los Padres forest from Huasna

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