A small parcel of land in Tulare County has never been farmed or had its soil turned by plow or disc. It lies on the Valley floor between Exeter and Woodlake about 10 miles east of Visalia. It’s surrounded on all sides by citrus groves—in some of the richest agricultural land in California, and probably the world. But even though the plot is virgin land, the ground is not barren. Today it grows weeds, mostly invasive, with a few native plants rooted
here and there.

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