During the three-day period June 11-13, a story published on the Associated Press wire concerning a pair of massive redwood forest-to-vineyard conversions in the northwestern corner of Sonoma County, just outside the small town of Annapolis, was featured by newspapers, internet periodicals, and business trade publications throughout the United States. It was a rare instance of at least one aspect of the wine industry’s ecological impact receiving national attention, if only fleetingly.
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