Installation of a pre-fabricated 115 x 6 ft fiberglass footbridge installed over the tidal channel that enters North Pond of the Pescadero Marsh near Highway #1. Replace/re-construct a 588 ft long, 36 inch wide recreational hiking trail. The trail will be constructed entirely by hand crews using hand tools. Construct a 18 ft x 12 ft public observation platform. Areas disturbed by construction will be re-vegetated with native plant materials from local genetic sources. All work would be carefully monitored during construction to minimize any potential short-term impacts on biological resources.
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