In November 2000, the spectacular 417-acre East West Ranch in Cambria was purchased for $11.1 million, a sale that meant it will be preserved as a park. The purchase capped a two-year effort headed by the American Land Conservancy and community leaders. In 2005, the California Conservation Corp built a new boardwalk along the cliffs at  the ranch. Michael Maciugec and Jose Luis Castaneda bolted down boards at the end of the boardwalk. Photo: Laura Dickinson  11-17-05
In November 2000, the spectacular 417-acre East West Ranch in Cambria was purchased for $11.1 million, a sale that meant it will be preserved as a park. The purchase capped a two-year effort headed by the American Land Conservancy and community leaders. In 2005, the California Conservation Corp built a new boardwalk along the cliffs at the ranch. Michael Maciugec and Jose Luis Castaneda bolted down boards at the end of the boardwalk. Photo: Laura Dickinson 11-17-05
In November 2000, the spectacular 417-acre East West Ranch in Cambria was purchased for $11.1 million, a sale that meant it will be preserved as a park. The purchase capped a two-year effort headed by the American Land Conservancy and community leaders. In 2005, the California Conservation Corp built a new boardwalk along the cliffs at the ranch. Michael Maciugec and Jose Luis Castaneda bolted down boards at the end of the boardwalk. Photo: Laura Dickinson 11-17-05

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