You can tell a lot about people by what they’re willing to fight for. Vintage oaks, clean water, open space, peace of mind, that old apple orchard down the street. Simple things. Cherished things that have drawn us to this place for thousands of years. Once a year, we ask readers to tell us the best things about life in the North Bay (and, of course, the staff and contributors throw in their two cents’ worth). Here’s where we stand at the dawn of the new century.
Staff picks by Yosha Bourgea, Greg Cahill, Bill English, Paula Harris, Daedalus Howell, Bob Johnson, Shelley Lawrence, Patrick Sullivan, David Templeton, Janet Wells, and Marina Wolf
From the March 23-29, 2000 issue of the Sonoma County Independent.
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