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California Code, Public Resources Code - PRC § 4722

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Upon the finding of the Department of Parks and Recreation or the director, or both, that any Sequoia gigantea grove is suitably situated and is of a size and character which justifies its preservation by and for the public, it is the policy of the state to acquire the grove for preservation and conservation purposes.

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