The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the National Park Service's effort to ban dogs from much of the GGNRA is dead:
"The National Park Service pulled the plug Thursday on a 14-year-long process for restricting dog access in the 80,000-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 10 months after revelations emerged that agency officials had improperly corresponded about the process from their personal email accounts."
- GGNRA Dog Management Round 3
- Response to updated GGNRA Draft Dog Management Plan
- Response to GGNRA Draft Dog Management Plan