The Catalina Island Conservancy presents a 20-year master plan to revive Avalon as a tourist destination, angering biologists who say the agency has lost sight of its mission to promote research.The Catalina Island Conservancy plans to raise funds for its stewardship of the island by opening new tourist attractions, raising the ire of biologists who say the nonprofit has all but given up on field research.
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