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How One Family Rescued an Abandoned Julian Orchard and Preserved a Legacy (VIDEO)

Bailey Creek Ranch organic apples now available exclusively at a Jimbo’s near you

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Lauren Di Matteo
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October 12, 2020
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Brett and Christie Combs were your average seasonal tourists when they happened upon a Julian farmhouse set on a sprawling 180 acres with a fruit orchard on the hill nearing the brink of extinction due to severe neglect. The couple made an offer and immediately began the work of regenerating the long-neglected orchard of specialty apples, pears, and peaches with the help of a legendary neighbor. 

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