(a) Use permit approval to convert 1,671 +/- acres of timberland to vineyards on a 19,300 +/- acre tract in northwest Sonoma County (known as "Preservation Ranch"), and
(b) Rezoning of various lands from the "TP" - Timber Preserve District to the "RRD" - Resources Rural Development or "PF" - Public Facilities zoning district and from the "RRD" District to the "TP" District, and
(c) Consideration of related project activities anticipated to help meet approval criteria and/or carry out the request including: timber harvesting, farmworker housing, borrow pits, road improvements, dedication of preserve easements and park lands, reservoir construction, drainage and water delivery systems, timberland restoration and easement protection, residential uses, parcel merger, and vineyard development.
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