Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 18, 2019

What the Government Shutdown Means for Bay Area Parks

Bay Nature reports

How the Government Shutdown is Bringing Out the Best in (most) People in Bay Area National Parks and Public Lands

The partial federal government shutdown, now the longest in U.S. history, has made life truly miserable for some people. But when it comes to parks and public lands, most of which in the Bay Area have remained open but unstaffed, the shutdown also provides a window into an eternal truth about life in the absence of authority: some people are really mindless jerks and many more people are not.

Read full article  Bay Nature: What the Government Shutdown Means for Bay Area Parks


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