The Cambrian

August 21, 2014 11:21 AM

How to save Cambria's native Monterey pine forest

Parts of Cambria’s trademark forest of native Monterey pines are being ravaged by consecutive years of drought, according to several experts who love the trees and want to help protect them.

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