Restaurant News & Reviews

March 22, 2013 3:05 PM

Olive industry puts down roots along Central Coast

On a bright, crisp November morning, Myrna Meisler thrusts her arms deep into an olive tree, stripping small, oval purple-black fruit off of silvery green boughs with quick yet careful strokes.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

What's on the menu at El Matador, SLO's newest restaurant 00:43

What's on the menu at El Matador, SLO's newest restaurant

Runners hit the pavement at the 2016 SLO Marathon and half marathon 01:54

Runners hit the pavement at the 2016 SLO Marathon and half marathon

SLO men feel the pain in a 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event to end sexual violence 01:18

SLO men feel the pain in a 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event to end sexual violence

Highlights: Cal Poly defense rallies to win annual spring game 01:00

Highlights: Cal Poly defense rallies to win annual spring game

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School 01:52

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree' 01:22

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree'

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community 01:13

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community

Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures 01:23

Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade 00:33

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts 01:27

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway 01:43

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway

Jacalyn Kreitzer sings Gustav Mahler's 'Symphony No. 2' 06:43

Jacalyn Kreitzer sings Gustav Mahler's 'Symphony No. 2'

Share Video

Entertainment Videos