This month features an interview with Green Medal Business Award Winner Steve McIntyre of Monterey Pacific, Inc. discussing his organic, biodynamic, sustainable, and conventional farming and business practices.
This month features an interview with CA Executive Director Nick Matteis discussing his blog series and educational campaign for consumers that builds connection between them and the California farmers that produce their food and beverage.
This month features an interview with father and son Jerry and Steve Lohr of J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines discussing the creation of the California Sustainable Winegrowers Alliance, which celebrated its 15 year of sustainable education programming.
This month features an interview with David Glancy, MS, CWE, the founder and chief executive officer of the San Francisco Wine School, discussing his experience as a judge for the Green Medal award among other things.
This month features Caroline Beteta, president and CEO of Visit California, discussing Visit California's and celebrity chef Tyler Florence's fundraising event The Grateful Table, an al fresco Thanksgiving-style meal that saluted first responders and raised funds for victims of the North Bay wildfires in October.
This month features interviews with former head of grower relations Lise Asimont and former sustainability manager Rhonda Hood discussing the winery's leadership in obtaining certification for its sustainability practices.
The CSWA Highlights Newsletter features why three vintners chose to self-assess their operations for sustainability through the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA) program and how they have benefited.
This edition of the CSWA Highlights Newsletter features the following: trade and consumer survey results, three wineries' examples of how they communicate their sustainable practices to the public, and practical tips for communicating sustainable practices.
Fuel Cells are a reliable, efficient and stable energy source that offer many benefits when compared to traditional combustion energy sources, including energy savings and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. PG&E’s Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) provides financial incentives for the installation of new qualifying wind or fuel cell self-generation equipment. (Note: See Companion Video).