Jerry Copeland, left, superintendent of Grace Environmental, and Jon Weise, a Grace Environmental staff member, stand with the new interpretative sign installed by Celebrate Los Osos near a coastal access point in Baywood Park.
Jerry Copeland, left, superintendent of Grace Environmental, and Jon Weise, a Grace Environmental staff member, stand with the new interpretative sign installed by Celebrate Los Osos near a coastal access point in Baywood Park. Pandora Nash-Karner
Jerry Copeland, left, superintendent of Grace Environmental, and Jon Weise, a Grace Environmental staff member, stand with the new interpretative sign installed by Celebrate Los Osos near a coastal access point in Baywood Park. Pandora Nash-Karner

New coastal sign explains Los Osos’ Chumash legacy and natural history

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