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  • Justin Vineyard representatives discuss oak removal

    Representatives from Justin Vineyards and Winery on Wednesday said work has begun on a three-phase plan to repair the 380-acre Sleepy Farm Road property west of Paso Robles, where thousands of mature oak trees were removed and steep hillsides improperly graded.

Representatives from Justin Vineyards and Winery on Wednesday said work has begun on a three-phase plan to repair the 380-acre Sleepy Farm Road property west of Paso Robles, where thousands of mature oak trees were removed and steep hillsides improperly graded. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Representatives from Justin Vineyards and Winery on Wednesday said work has begun on a three-phase plan to repair the 380-acre Sleepy Farm Road property west of Paso Robles, where thousands of mature oak trees were removed and steep hillsides improperly graded. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

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