The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission provides ongoing targeted education on a variety topics and practices related to farming, sustainability, business and the regulatory environment. Please browse the categories below for updated information, links and resources for winegrowers.
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Events & Ongoing Education
Attend one of our educational events, tradeshows, symposiums or integrated pest management courses. All events can be found in the "News & Events section of this site." During the Covid-19 crisis, many of these events are being held via digital platforms.
Questions? Reach out!
We are always available to help or to connect you with important resources for local winegrowers. Should you have a question, please reach out to [email protected] or call 707-522-5860.
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COVID-19 UPDATES & RESOURCES
We are monitoring the situation with Covid-19 closely and updating our growers with relevant information whenever possible. Please click here for all the latest information and resources.Learn More
Development, sustainability, resources, and other important information related to planting, growing and sustaining a vineyard in Sonoma County can be found in this section.Learn More
BUSINESS & REGULATORY RESOURCES
Under the business practices umbrella are sections with the rules, laws and regulations governing agriculture today. In addition, there will be miscellaneous business topics pertaining to the business of grape growing.Learn More
WEATHER ALERTS & MONITORING
We are here to support you in your efforts to mitigate the impact of weather in the vineyard. Here, find a collection of resources for frost protection and water conservation, including frost and irrigation guidelines and post-harvest water conservation best practices as well as information on our partnership with Western Weather Group for weather monitoring - complimentary to growers!Learn More
MATERIALS IN SPANISH FOR EMPLOYERS
The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission and the Sonoma County Grape Growers Foundation have partnered to translate the four viticulture chapters of the Code of Sustainable Winegrowing (CSWA). Here, you'll also find information on different vineyard topics in Spanish.Learn More