Valerie Goldstein holds one of the Lionhead rabbits she raises at Redwood Cottage Farm, just west of Modesto, CA., on Thursday, July 31, 2014. The farm, which also raises unusual chicken breeds, is taking part in the first annual Wood Colony Country Faire on Aug. 16. The event will draw attention to an area that the city of Modesto might annex in the future, an idea opposed by many Wood Colony residents.
Valerie Goldstein holds one of the Lionhead rabbits she raises at Redwood Cottage Farm, just west of Modesto, CA., on Thursday, July 31, 2014. The farm, which also raises unusual chicken breeds, is taking part in the first annual Wood Colony Country Faire on Aug. 16. The event will draw attention to an area that the city of Modesto might annex in the future, an idea opposed by many Wood Colony residents. jholland@Modbee.com
Valerie Goldstein holds one of the Lionhead rabbits she raises at Redwood Cottage Farm, just west of Modesto, CA., on Thursday, July 31, 2014. The farm, which also raises unusual chicken breeds, is taking part in the first annual Wood Colony Country Faire on Aug. 16. The event will draw attention to an area that the city of Modesto might annex in the future, an idea opposed by many Wood Colony residents. jholland@Modbee.com

Wood Colony invites public to visit for fair

August 03, 2014 04:44 PM

UPDATED August 03, 2014 08:33 PM

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