Navarro Vineyards & Winery Farms
This 942-acre site was the first property to be certified in the Fish Friendly Farming Program in 2002. The 90 acres of vineyards are in separately fenced areas to allow wildlife such as mountain lions and deer to use over 800 acres of wildland on the property. Ted Bennett and Deborah Cahn founded the winery in 1973 and have planted hundreds of redwood and Douglas fir trees on the ranch. In 2008, a road outsloping project was completed to reduce sediment delivery to creeks. Navarro has received an award from the Fish Friendly Farming program for Light Touch Vineyard Development and Operation. Other sites include: Pennyroyal Farm.