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California getting new state park, first in 13 years

MODESTO, California (AP) – California will acquire a first farm property in the San Joaquin Valley and build a new state park for the first time in 13 years.

The park is planned for Dos Rios Ranch, where the San Joaquin and Tuolumne rivers meet southwest of Modesto.

The property will be California’s 280th state park and a new addition from Fort Ord Dunes near Monterey in 2009.

Modesto Bee reported that Gov. Gavin Newsom raised $ 5 million for the park in the form of his reorganization grant application.

The nearly four -mile stretch of area with willows and valley oaks will be provided by a conservation organization.

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