Driftwood and the Onion Creek Valley (OCV) are a proud and thriving 21st Century rural community containing environmentally pristine streams, conservation easements, karst geological conditions and endangered species habitat. Our agri-businesses have ranged from: silvi-culture from 1835-1850; cattle and goat livestock ranching from 1850-late 20th Century; and grape growing and production of products using grapes, yeast, barley, hops and malt from the late 20th century and into the 21st. Our society may acknowledge other means of livelihoods but embraces the importance of the past and current generation’s agricultural and farming heritage.
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