Bay Area Open Space Under Threat by Sprawl, Study Warns
By Peter Fimrite
The combination of a sizzling economy and a shortage of housing has left hundreds of thousands of acres of Bay Area open space — from ranches in Antioch to scenic landscapes in San Mateo — in danger of being developed, according to a report being released Tuesday by a land conservation group.
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This article was originally published by the San Francisco Chronicle.