Lake County Winegrape Commission
Established in 1991, the Lake County Winegrape Commission (LCWC) has been instrumental in developing the Lake County region’s unwavering commitment to farming high-quality winegrapes. A state agency with oversight by the California Department of Food & Agriculture, LCWC represents approximately 180 winegrape growers farming approximately 9,500 acres of vineyards in Lake County and works on behalf of those growers in the areas of marketing, research, and education.
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Certified Sustainable Webinar 1:00 pm
Certified Sustainable Webinar
Dec 3 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Speaker: Emily Farrant, Co-Founder, Two Leaves LLC Join California Certified Sustainable Winegrowing auditor, Emily Farrant, Co-Founder, Two Leaves, LLC, as she demonstrates the process of becoming Certified Sustainable. Emily will go through the online procedures[...]
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