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Training Students for Jobs in Washington's Wine Industry

  • Aired: 09/10/2012
  • 09:22
  • Rating: E
With more than 700 vineyards, Washington state has become a premier location for viticulture. One community college has created a wine-making degree that fosters economic, environmental and cultural sustainability in and around the city of Walla Walla where vineyards continue to sprout. Special correspondent John Tulenko reports.
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