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      Down to Earth—2018 Recap  View this email in your browser

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California vintners and grape growers are world leaders in sustainability with innovative approaches that are having an impact. From exploring trade perceptions and launching a new logo, to honoring the past and building anew, the newsworthy stories in last year's Down to Earth contain many ideas worth sharing.
January
Sustainability: One Somm's Learning Curve
Leading wine educator speaks out on sustainability
February
Sustainability Effort Celebrates 15 Years
Sustainability pioneers mark an anniversary at J. Lohr Winery
March
New Sustainable Logo Debuts
Sustainable? Now there's a logo for the bottle
April
CA Grown Celebrates Farmers
California Grown gives state's farmers a voice
May
Honoring Differences, Bridging Divides
KG Vineyard Management places people first
June
Winery Keeps the Past Alive
Chickens and bees and wine at Alexander Valley Vineyards
July
Winery Tackles a Building Challenge
Silver Oak's new winery aims for a sustainability "first"
August
Five Generations and Counting
Next-generation leaders at LangeTwins maintain family's sustainable ways
September
Sustainable Changes Pay Off for Napa Winery
New technologies help Black Stallion Winery operate more efficiently
October
Back on Its Feet
Trefethen Family's next-gen leaders prepare for the future
November
Getting the Story Out
Sustainability advocate Merry Edwards believes in teaching by example
Happy Holidays!
Cheers to a great 2019!
Our team is looking forward to sharing more stories with you in 2019 through some exciting new channels. 
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