As any farmer will tell you, the work never seems to be done, including working the long rows of grape vines at the Colter’s Creek Vineyard near Juliaetta.
As any farmer will tell you, the work never seems to be done, including working the long rows of grape vines at the Colter’s Creek Vineyard near Juliaetta. Barry Kough Lewiston Tribune
As any farmer will tell you, the work never seems to be done, including working the long rows of grape vines at the Colter’s Creek Vineyard near Juliaetta. Barry Kough Lewiston Tribune

Climate change could help Idaho wine growers – if temperatures don’t rise too much

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