Our favorite and related links for your enjoyment

Our links page includes information for things to see and do on the Central Coast, our partners and membership groups, as well as interesting resources for making wine, using horse drawn implements and sustainable agriculture.

Pipestone Vineyard links:
Be sure to check out Pipestone Vineyards on Facebook too! It is free to join, where you can find old friends and make new ones.
Affiliated organization links:
Our great little group of Far Out Wineries on the west side of Paso Robles, all in the coast range hills and all making great wine. Join us for tasting, wine clubs, and special events held throughout the year.
Ag Adventures - Small family farm adventures and activities on the Central Coast with a map.
The old Vintner's and Grower's Association now called the "Wine Country Alliance." Great wine map and the sponsor of the annual May Wine Festival, Zin Fest, and Harvest Fest.
Things to see and do on the Central Coast:
Hearst Castle
Mission San Miguel
Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce
Paso Robles Event Center
San Luis Obispo County Tourism and Visitor Guide
Favorite resource links:
A great resource for identifying California Native Plants.
The Ecology of Pizza, (or Why Organic Food is a Bargain) by Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.
Local Harvest - Real Food, Real Farmers, Real Community. A resource for buying direct from the farmer!
Pioneer Equipment - Amish owned horse farming equipment manufacturer. Still making and improving on horse powered implements.
A couples journey through Europe in a horse drawn caravan!
Small Farmers' Journal - The authoritative source for modern horse powered farming. The Journal, books, annual sale in Oregon are all highly recommended!
TheThirsty Traveler. A funny show about drink and how it's made!
Upper Salinas Las Tablas Resource Conservation District. Jeff volunteers as the Vice-President of the board. The district promotes soil, water, and resource conservation.
Currentweather forecast for Pipestone Vineyards.
Wendel Berry, a famous farmer (yes there is such a thing) and distinguished writer and conservationist, explains why it is vital that we understand where and how our food is produced.
Central Coast Grown - Grow local, buy local, eat local
Jack Creek Farms - Family farm country store in the Paso Robles and Templeton area in California.
Olea Farm - Olive oil tasting. Just east of Pipestone Vineyards run by a French couple, Yves and Cotille.
Windrose Farm - Local bio dynamic organic farm.
Work Family Ranch - Our friend's 12,000 acre ranch with horseback riding, overnight farm stays, hunting and even marriage retreats! All done with excellent land stewardship principles.