Council looks to amend regulations preventing jade removal.
Thursday, July 7, 1994
Twenty to thirty million years ago, heat and pressure created three veins of jade 150 feet below the rocky cliffs of Big Sur. Today, local interest in jade collection is spurring heated debate as officials charged with overseeing the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary try to decide whether to pass new rules allowing for the collection of jade in Big Sur.
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