New Year, New Online Courses

Get Access to the Latest Sustainable Winegrowing Research On-Demand

Atascadero, CA: The Vineyard Team's introduction of Sustainable Winegrowing On-Demand in 2023 brought forth a game-changing initiative. This program includes no-cost online courses that explore essential subjects like soil health, pest management, nutrition, and climate change, benefiting winegrape growers and industry professionals alike.

The Team is thrilled to announce that 11 new courses are live for the new year. These courses prioritize sustainable winegrowing methods and all count towards valuable Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) or Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) continuing education hours. Exciting new classes available for immediate access include:

Larry Witted, PCA and CCA in Lodi, says, “[This program] allows me to access cutting-edge educational material and earn valuable continuing education credits all from the comfort of my home office.

Additional courses are launching soon, with a total of 30 in the works, adding to the wide range of educational opportunities available. This initiative not only aligns with Vineyard Team's dedication to promoting sustainable winegrowing, but also opens up new opportunities for learning and development within the wine industry.

This incredible program is made possible by Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE).

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About Vineyard Team

Arising from growers' interest to educate and guide themselves towards sustainable winegrowing practices, Vineyard Team has become an internationally recognized leader in the sustainability movement since 1994.

Not only has the organization influenced sustainability initiatives within the winegrowing community, Vineyard Team programs have influenced efforts in other crops as well. Recognized by governmental, environmental, and community organizations, Vineyard Team's sustainable winegrowing programs are always leading the way in innovation. Visit for more information.

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