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AANR Sends Letter To CA Department of Parks and Recreation

It is the policy of AANR Government Affairs to keep our members informed of activities we would like help with. The area of the AANR Advocacy/ GAT section will soon grow to cover any activities of interest to our members … Continue reading

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AANR's Commitment To Public Lands

AANR and TNS are equally committed to preserving and promoting increased opportunities for nude recreation on public lands.  In some instances, the two organizations have worked together on projects; in other cases, each guided by the strategists and attorneys for … Continue reading

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California Supreme Court Speaks

We share great disappointment with others in the nude recreation community over a decision by the California Supreme Court yesterday.  The Court refused to act to reverse or de-publish an appeals court’s ruling earlier this year that dispensed with the … Continue reading

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San Onofre Update

In ongoing discussions with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Parks has advised AANR of its intention to begin citing individuals for being nude at San Onofre based on CCR section 4322 regulating nudity within California State Parks. These … Continue reading

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Protecting Public Lands

As you may have heard, newspapers in California, including the San Francisco Bay Guardian, reported on Tuesday about the status of nudity within the California Parks system beyond San Onofre. According to these sources, other venues where nudity has been traditionally … Continue reading

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Protecting Public Lands in California

Stories appearing recently in many news outlets reported on a decision by the Court of Appeals for the 4th District of California. The decision overturned a lower court ruling that the California Department of Parks and Recreation (“the Department”) must conduct … Continue reading

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