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Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District: Garland Ranch
Garland Ranch Regional Park is the "granddaddy?" of the MPRPD properties, representing the District's first parkland acquisition. The park was purchased in 1975 from William Garland II, who generously gifted a portion of the cost by reducing the purchase price to below fair market value. An eminent southern California community leader, Mr. Garland spent many summers with his family on the ranch.
CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Monterey Bay

AREA OF THE POLYGON::   3,386 acres
DENSITY::   0.14 native species per acre
Thanks to  Michael Mitchell  for contributing this great place.