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  • Oldest orange grove in the San Joaquin Valley?

    Orange grower Tom Wollenman gives a tour of his family's orange grove near Lindsay that was planted in 1898. It's still producing, and Wollenman says he knows of no orange grove in the San Joaquin Valley that is older.

Orange grower Tom Wollenman gives a tour of his family's orange grove near Lindsay that was planted in 1898. It's still producing, and Wollenman says he knows of no orange grove in the San Joaquin Valley that is older. Lewis Griswold The Fresno Bee
Orange grower Tom Wollenman gives a tour of his family's orange grove near Lindsay that was planted in 1898. It's still producing, and Wollenman says he knows of no orange grove in the San Joaquin Valley that is older. Lewis Griswold The Fresno Bee

It may be the oldest orange grove in the San Joaquin Valley – and the fruit tastes good

May 26, 2017 3:24 PM