WAWGG recognizes the importance of continuing education for our members
|Starting a Winery or Vineyard?|
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in our fast growing winery industry.
Each year, WAWGG conducts our annual meeting and trade show which includes
winery and grower educational seminars.
The WAWGG web site is just one way that winery owners and grape growers can ensure they receive the most current information.
Click any link below to go to the winery topic page:
• Winery Cost of Production Calculator
• Wine Labels
|WSWC Wine Science Center|
Washington State Wine Commission commits $7.4 million to support Wine Science Center.
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• Winery Information
• Winerywise- A guide to sustainable winemaking practices
• TTB Information
Department of Ecology
Optimal management of water is one of the top environmental decisions wineries can make. Implementing water-use efficiency measures and sound process wastewater and stormwater management are the cornerstones of a sustainable water cycle at wineries. Developing sustainable management practices for your facility will involve reviewing best management practices developed throughout the industry as well as creating your own.
Sustainability means making choices that require more rigorous management efforts than simply meeting regulatory thresholds. The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) process provides a way to identify possible environmental impacts that may result from a proposed winery project. Outlined in this document are the minimum water use, wastewater, and stormwater regulatory requirements, along with additional suggested actions for sustainable water and wastewater management.
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