Friday, July 27, 2007

ACTIVISTS SPEAK OUT TO SAVE TRESTLES AND SAN ONOFRE STATE PARK

Surfers, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts gather to protect California’s 5th most visited State Park from a proposed toll road.

On Saturday June 23, activists gathered at San Onofre State Park to attend an outdoor lecture series to learn about the history of San Onofre State Park and the efforts being done to protect it. Over 75 activists from all over Southern California attended the event. After an inspirational lecture, the activists hiked from the San Mateo Campground to Trestles beach where they conducted a trail and beach clean up. The day ended with a surf session and beach-goers soaking up the sun at the world-class Trestles Beach.



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