The Cambrian

March 13, 2013 9:31 AM

Two tons of California's Hearst Castle oranges to go to the needy

Hearst Castle landscaping staffers are plucking citrus from 120 trees, most planted about eight years ago to replace a decorative entry-to-the-estate orchard reduced by age to a scant, scruffy bunch of misshapen, dying trees. State Parks donates the bounty to the 3-year-old GleanSLO program, now part of the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County.

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