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Mendocino Winegrower Seeking Input on Climate Beneficial Soil Health Vineyard Management Practices

Mendocino, Sonoma and Napa county farmers and partners are working together as the North Coast Soil Health Hub. Farmers are finding soil health is key to sustainable farming, enhancing on-site resources, and increasing climate resilient systems.

Mendocino Winegrowers encourages all of our grape growers to complete their anonymous online survey and/or attend a round table discussion August 17th with Glenn McGourty for a more in depth conversation around sustainable winegrape production in Mendocino County. The round table is hosted by UCCE, the RCD, NRCS, and MWI. 

The survey is part of a regional effort to develop a North Coast Soil Health Network/HUB that will provide support and technical guidance to winegrowers interested in adopting climate beneficial/soil health vineyard management practices. This survey is part of a regional effort to develop a North Coast Soil Health Network/HUB that will provide support and technical guidance to winegrowers interested in adopting climate beneficial/soil health vineyard management practices.

The purpose of the survey is to capture the range of climate beneficial/soil health practices currently in use, or barriers to their implementation, experienced by North Coast vineyard owners and managers. The RCDs, UC Farm Advisors, and the NRCS would also like to know what types of information and educational needs you may have on the topic of improving soil health.

Please note this survey is anonymous, so any information you provide will remain private. The survey responses will be reviewed by a subcommittee of the Science Committee for the project.

Please take the survey: CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE SURVEY

For information on the North Coast Soil Health Hub, visit their website here.

Attend the Round Table Discussion August 17th at 2pm
Climate Beneficial Vineyard Management Practices 

501 Low Gap Road, Ukiah, CA; UCCE and Ag Commissioner building, large conference room
RSVP appreciated – kristin.cooper@mcrcd.org (but not required)
We will be there, and look forward to seeing you!

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  1. I am pleasantly surprised to see the growers interest in natural soil health. After all plants have been on this earth for some 700 million years combating disease and draught without interference. Perhaps the “key” word, interference with natural systems.

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