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A Leader in Sustainable Winegrowing Since 1994

Promoting sustainable winegrowing since 1994, the Vineyard Team is an organization dedicated to sustainable farming through research, education, and grower-to-grower networking. The Vineyard Team is a model for other sustainable agriculture initiatives, and has earned awards and recognition from governmental, environmental and agricultural groups.

Recent Library items

Recent Library Items

Jul 12, 2019
Amy Wolfe, MPPA, CFRE - President and CEO, AgSafe

What Every Grower Needs to Know. As harvest gets underway for some and is in full swing for others, the issue around having sufficient labor persists.

Jun 19, 2019
June 13, 2019 Healthy Soils Tailgate

Cristina Lazcano, PhD - Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences, California Polytechnic State University

Our Latest Podcasts

Our Latest Podcasts

Dec 5, 2019

California has seen another challenging and sometimes devastating year of fires. Smoke from these events can cause unwanted flavors in wine. Eric Herve of ETS Laboratories and Matt Brain of Chamisal Vineyards, discuss how winemakers can screen grapes for the risk of smoke impact and work to mitigate its effects.

Nov 21, 2019

Dr. Tarah Sullivan is Assistant Professor of Soil Microbiology at Washington State University. In this interview, Tara discusses how the plant microbiome mirrors the human gut, the ways in which soil microorganisms can alter the bioavailability of micronutrients and metals for plants, why plants in alkaline soils can be deficient in iron when the soil is not, if cover crops can improve soil microbial communities, and what is next for her research.

Upcoming Tailgates & Workshops

Jan 14
Weed Management: Biology, Technology & Practice
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Weed Management: Biology, Technology & Practice
Feb 1 - Feb 29
ReSIProcal February
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ReSIProcal February
Feb 4 - Feb 6
Unified Show 2020
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Unified Show 2020
Feb 28
SIP for Scholars
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SIP for Scholars