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A California vineyard takes the next step in regenerative agriculture

A California vineyard takes the next step in regenerative agriculture

A California site takes the next step in regenerative viticulture, demonstrating the value of animals in the vines, even during the growing season.
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How climate change threatens the wine industry

Last week, an unusually late frost swept through Oregon’s Willamette Valley, as overnight temperatures dipped into the 20s. According to the newspaper the Oregonian, the wine-producing region could lose half of its grape crop.
Can California tourism survive climate change?

Can California tourism survive climate change?

The most popular state for tourism in the U.S. endured record wildfires, drought and flooding just this year. “The rate of change has been so dramatic,” says one local scientist. “If I was the California tourism industry, I’d be really worried.”
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In Sonoma County, ‘regenerative agriculture' is the next big thing

In Sonoma County, ‘regenerative agriculture' is the next big thing

Carbon sequestration, pollinator habitat restoration and simple composting: An increasing number of the region's winegrowers are going beyond sustainability.

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Smoke from B.C. wildfires could taint the province's grapes for wine

The smoke from British Columbia's raging wildfires could be tainting the grapes used in the province's famed wine industry.
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How climate change hit wine country

Sunscreen on grapes. Toilet water that is treated and used for irrigation. Napa Valley winemakers are taking extreme steps in the face of climate change.
In California, a new strategy to fight grapevine-killing bacteria
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In California, a new strategy to fight grapevine-killing bacteria

A serendipitous lab accident may be the key to stopping a disease that has threatened vineyards for more than a century.
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