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  • Congressman Thompson Honors Napa Valley Farmworkers at the Inaugural Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation Appreciation Luncheon

    Posted in Press Releases on Jun 29, 2016

    NAPA, CA (June 29, 2016) – The Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation proudly hosted its first annual Farmworker Recognition & Donor Appreciation Luncheon at Solage Calistoga on Tuesday. This unprecedented event honored the foundation’s English Literacy Program graduates, recognized the 2016 Napa County Pruning Contest champions, and thanked donors whose generosity has provided educational and professional development opportunities to over 10,200 Napa Valley vineyard workers and their families.

  • Napa Valley Farmworkers Thanked For Work At Recognition Luncheon

    Posted in Industry News, NVG News, Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation on Jun 28, 2016

    By Anne Ward Ernst

    Arnulfo Solorio believes that learning English helped advance his farmworker career, and his dream of seeing fellow farmworkers achieve the same is being realized through the Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation, which held its first farmworker recognition and donor appreciation luncheon Tuesday.

    Click here to read more at the Napa Valley Register

  • Experts Gather for the 9th Organic Winegrowing Conference at Grgich Hills Estate Yountville Victorian

    Posted in Press Releases on Jun 27, 2016

    NAPA, CA (June 27, 2016) – On July 21, 2016 the Napa Valley Grapegrowers will host the highly anticipated Organic Winegrowing Conference at the Grgich Hills Estate Victorian in Yountville.The only event of its kind in the industry, the Organic Winegrowing Conference offers the wine industry first-hand insight and networking opportunities that lead to an increase in wine quality and sustainable vineyard practices. While the content is geared towards the organic grower, the topics and speakers have broad applicability for all vineyard owners and managers.

  • Grapegrowers Optimistic About 2016 Season

    Posted in Growing Season, NVG News on Jun 02, 2016

    By Register Staff

    An early bud break followed by warm weather and spring rains brought a rapid start to this year’s growing season in Napa Valley. Tiny flower clusters emerged from grapevines marking the bloom period in which grapevines become pollinated and fertilized allowing these flowers to eventually become grape berries.

    Click here to read more at the Napa Valley Register

  • Napa Valley On Track for A Great Growing Season Ahead

    Posted in Press Releases on May 31, 2016

    Napa, CA (May 31, 2016) – An early bud break followed by warm weather and spring rains brought a rapid start to this year’s growing season in Napa Valley. Tiny flower clusters emerged from grapevines marking the bloom period in which grapevines become pollinated and fertilized allowing these flowers to eventually become grape berries.