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Just a quick question about the lab! How many acres?  RSS feed

 
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How many acres is wheaton labs?
 
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It is about 200 acres of former Forest Service land. So it hasn't been farmed. Base Camp is a separate property about a mile away that is just a couple of acres.
 
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200, next to mostly national forest. (I think).
 
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200 acres of former timber company land. And then Armin and Lori bought about 100 acres next door which I am also managing. So about 300 acres of lab. And basecamp is about 20 acres.
 
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