For outsiders, Mendocino County's Boonville used to be a "blink-and-you-miss-it" spot along Highway 128. Through the years it's been home to sheep ranchers, apple farmers and marijuana growers. But recently, Pinot Noir grapes have put Boonville and the Anderson Valley on the map -- and that has some residents worried. Reporter: Lisa Morehouse
This report is part of our series "New Harvest: The Future of Small Town California," a look at how rural parts of the state are confronting their changing economies and identities.