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March 29, 2014 6:51 PM

J. Lohr vineyard hopes to tap pipeline to reduce demand on Paso Robles aquifer

Paso Robles vineyard owner Jerry Lohr is seeking to use water from the Nacimiento Water Project to irrigate part of his crop, an experiment he thinks will lower demand on the troubled Paso Robles groundwater basin.

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