The law authorizes California State Parks to enter into operating agreements directly with up to 20 nonprofits to save parks from closure.
Nonprofits, park advocates, philanthropists and public agencies around the state have raised funds and struck deals with the state, one by one. But who is counting?
The deal with Plumas-Eureka State Park represents the fifth park saved using the donor agreement model.
Volunteers are the true heroes in the fight to save our parks, but they need help.
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