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The region is protected by the Big Sur Local Coastal Plan which preserves the region as "open space, a small residential community, and agricultural ranching." [6] Approved in 1981, it is one of the most restrictive local use programs in the state, [7] and is widely regarded as one of the most restrictive documents of its kind anywhere. [8] The program protects viewsheds from the highway and many vantage points, and restricts the density of development to one unit per acre in tourist areas or one dwelling per 10 acres ( ha) in the far south. About 60% of the coastal region is owned by a government or private agency that does not allow any development. The majority of the interior region is part of the Los Padres National Forest , the Ventana Wilderness , Silver Peak Wilderness , or Fort Hunter Liggett .

Arkansas’s state flag is a field of red upon which is a diamond surrounded by a band of blue, thus using all three colors of the United States flag. The diamond acknowledges Arkansas’s significance as a domestic source of the gems. On the band of blue are twenty-five stars that represent Arkansas’s place as the twenty-fifth state in the Union. In the middle of the diamond is the name of the state surrounded by four blue stars, representing the four countries whose flags have flown over Arkansas: France, Spain, the United States, and the Confederate States of America.

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