Dave shares with the listeners what he would do in the Santa Ynez Valley if there were 48 hours in the day, then brings on Stacey Otte from the Wildling Art Museum in Los Olivos to share the museum’s dedication to preserving and educating the public about local wildlife. We close out the show with a new staple, Amanda Hagood of Von Strasser, who will be providing us with information about what’s going on around the wine industry in general.
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