A decision about controlling air pollution at the Oceano Dunes in Oceano, Calif., may soon limit the amount of visitors allowed to camp at the state park, according to FOX 26.
California State Parks is reportedly not meeting the requirements of an agreement to help reduce pollution made in April 2018, according to The San Luis Obispo Air Pollution Control District.
The district approved a plan to help things get back on track at a hearing on Monday (Nov. 18).
A plan pitched by the Scientific Advisory Group calls for camping to be cut by 50% at the dunes.
The reason those camping spots could be cut is because a major portion of the foredunes would have to be fenced off.
The foredunes is where most of the dust comes from.
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