On California’s Central Coast, one town is trying to diversify beyond its main moneymaker
California’s Central Coast is facing a future with much less water. Vineyards and the irrigation they need aren’t sustainable. So Paso Robles is courting a spaceport as the region’s new moneymaker.
KCBX’s Benjamin Purper reports.
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