August 2005

  • Endangered Species Management Needs More Thought
  • Farm Market Successful With Second Store A second location has expanded business options for Peaceful Valley Orchards, to the point where the original location is no longer as pivotal as it used to be.
  • Peas for Gerber It was the first week of summer and already it was too hot. Too hot for peas, anyway, and too hot for the harvest schedule that had been set up at planting time 50 days earlier.
  • People Pressure? Perfect! When Pam and Gary Mount bought Terhune Orchards in 1975, they weren’t just looking to run a farm. They wanted to create a community gathering place, and they seem to have succeeded.

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