Don Schmitz

Malibu Solstice

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Owner of Malibu Solstice Vineyard and spokesman for the Coastal Commission of Family Farmers

Don Schmitz on KCRW

it’s been 100 years since the Rindge family fired on Sheriff’s deputies to protect their vast swath of the Santa Monica Mountains in Malibu.

Coastal Mountain Land Use Agreement in the Works

it’s been 100 years since the Rindge family fired on Sheriff’s deputies to protect their vast swath of the Santa Monica Mountains in Malibu.

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