How Efficient is Your Irrigation System?

Free DU evaluation! Find out the efficiency of your irrigation system and how to make improvements at no cost.

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6/28: Shade Cloth & Night Safety

Protect fruit and work safely at night. Hear from growers about their experiences and learn about regulations.

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7/11: Member Appreciation BBQ

Join us for our annual Member BBQ and Scholarship Awards Ceremony at SIP Certified Halter Ranch!

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Podcast: Workplace Communication

The discussion explores how to give feedback, listening with empathy, developing your workforce, and the role anger plays in poor communication.

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SIP Certified: Schedule Inspections

SIP Certified vineyards and wineries should contact their inspector this May to schedule their inspection for a date between June 1 and July 16.

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Donate! Vineyard Team Scholarship

Support the education of deserving young students - children of our own member organizations' employees. Your donation makes a difference!

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Vineyard Team

A Leader in Sustainable Agriculture Since 1994 

Promoting sustainable agriculture 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.

In the vineyard, we strive to protect the resources valuable to our farms and our communities through sustainable winegrowing. We are the Vineyard Team, a network of 300 local farmers, educating and guiding towards sustainable vineyard practices for 20 years.

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Promoting Sustainable Winegrowing | Our Mission Statement

The Vineyard Team will identify and promote the most environmentally safe, viticulturally and economically sustainable farming methods, while maintaining or improving quality and flavor of wine grapes. The Team will be a model for wine grape growers and will promote the public trust of stewardship for natural resources.