The Wrath of Grapes 

How a Goldman Sachs executive is helping to kill Mark West Creek— and what the county isn't doing about it

Note: This is the first in a series on the wine industry's impacts on the environment.For decades, Sonoma County's wine industry has been thriving. The county's salmon and steelhead, meanwhile, are vanishing, and some fisheries biologists, attorneys and conservationists assure that the…

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