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20+ California State Parks May Be Saved By Private Money

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Note that the parks which were saved are largely close to wealthy areas.

Unfortunately, reprieve doesn't mean the struggle is over.

"Most of the reprieve agreements that have been finalized are between one year and three years," said Alexis Stoxen, Communications Assistant for the California State Parks Foundation (CSPF).

After that, the partnerships would need to be renewed or re-examined.

"Best case scenario is that we reestablish a secure funding source from the state, so the state is able to cover state parks," she said.

The article also wasn't clear on where the money is coming from to keep these parks going.

Which private money?


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