Heidi and Clark Watanabe have become local legends in the farming community, revered by chefs for their flavorful tomatoes and other pristine organic produce. But the couple is calling it quits, scaling back the operation significantly by ending its fruit and vegetable production.
Heidi and Clark Watanabe have become local legends in the farming community, revered by chefs for their flavorful tomatoes and other pristine organic produce. But the couple is calling it quits, scaling back the operation significantly by ending its fruit and vegetable production. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Heidi and Clark Watanabe have become local legends in the farming community, revered by chefs for their flavorful tomatoes and other pristine organic produce. But the couple is calling it quits, scaling back the operation significantly by ending its fruit and vegetable production. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Heroes of farm-to-fork: Watanabe Farms scales back

July 01, 2016 2:00 PM

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