Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 27, 2011

Protection For Marine Sanctuaries In Southern California Delayed

The LA Times reported the marine sanctuaries that will protect hundreds of square miles in Southern California were scheduled to be in place Oct 1.  However, due to the complex set of regulations involved the California Fish and Game Department said it will not be able to meet the deadline.  It is expected that the sanctuaries will be in place in less than a year.  The protected areas will include Point Dume in Malibu, Naples Reef in Santa Barbara County, a stretch of the Laguna Beach coastline and waters off south La Jolla.  Read more at: Marine sanctuaries delayed in Southern California – latimes.com.


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