Raven Hill Ranch owners Dianna Browning, left, and Susan Larsen with 3,000 olive trees, thought to be between about 150 and 175 years old, behind them.
Raven Hill Ranch owners Dianna Browning, left, and Susan Larsen with 3,000 olive trees, thought to be between about 150 and 175 years old, behind them. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Raven Hill Ranch owners Dianna Browning, left, and Susan Larsen with 3,000 olive trees, thought to be between about 150 and 175 years old, behind them. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

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