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Sonoma’s Certified Sustainable Glyphosate: Average of 81,319 Pounds Each Year for Four Years in a Row

Pam Strayer, Organic Wines Uncorked : Sonoma’s Certified Sustainable Glyphosate: Average of 81,319 Pounds Each Year for Four Years in a Row Friday, September 13, 2019 Please consider supporting Pam’s work through her website and wine app coming soon> https://winecountrygeographic.blogspot.com/ Sonoma’s Certified Sustainable Glyphosate: Average of 81,319 Pounds Each Year for Four Years in a […]

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Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns

Blast from the past, has anything changed? North Bay’s Will Parrish explores local politics… Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns Posted on February 19, 2016 by Sonoma Valley Sun A Sun exclusive by By Will Parrish For at least two decades, Sonoma County officials have sided with the wine

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Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns

Blast from the past, has anything changed? North Bay’s Will Parrish explores local politics… Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns Posted on February 19, 2016 by Sonoma Valley Sun A Sun exclusive by By Will Parrish For at least two decades, Sonoma County officials have sided with the wine

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Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns

Under the influence? How the wine industry dominates Sonoma County election campaigns Posted on February 19, 2016 by Sonoma Valley Sun A Sun exclusive by By Will Parrish For at least two decades, Sonoma County officials have sided with the wine industry in nearly every major political dispute. The reason? The industry dominates the county’s

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