Work shut down at controversial Sebastopol vineyard project
Winemaker Paul Hobbs has been ordered to stop work on his controversial orchard-to-vineyard conversion near Sebastopol after inspectors found that hundreds of yards of blackberry bushes and bay laurel had been cleared illegally from a protected zone above a creek.
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Since: Jun 13
#1 Jun 29, 2013
Good! I'm so tired of the money chasers who could care less about the environment. Sebastopol and adjacent areas have had old growth trees, landmarks destroyed for vineyards. They are ruining this special area. Most of them use pesticides which means the soil is deadly and wildlife have had thousands of acres taken.
I for one, am tired of looking at vineyards instead of the rolling hills and forests we used to enjoy...I'm sick of roadside wineries every mile. ugh.
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