From the Bureau of Land Management:
Spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, and heartfelt connections - these are the natural ties between community residents and nature that combine to make the Bureau of Land Management’s California Coastal National Monument unique among the agency’s assemblage of National Conservation Lands.
Read Surfs Up! - a feature article about the monument in the Bureau of Land Management’s My Public Lands Magazine, Summer 2014.
From the National Archives:
We need your help to identify this man in uniform!
The JFK Library is using Flickr to identify unknown individuals in their photo collections. This photo was taken on June 6, 1961 en route to the Commencement Ceremony at the US Naval Academy. If you have any ideas of who this man is, please let us know here.
You can help us ID even more unknown photos by visiting the JFK Library’s Flickr Collection.
From the Department of Interior:
The California Coastal National Monument comprises more than 20,000 rocks, islands, exposed reefs, and pinnacles along the 1,100 miles of California’s coast. The scenic beauty and important wildlife habitat within the Monument are protected by the Bureau of Land Management as National Conservation Lands.
Millions of people view the California Coastal National Monument from roads, beaches, bluffs, watercraft, or through one of the Monument Gateway Communities.
Photo: Bob Wick, BLM