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We envision a world where every member of San Francisco can reach their full potential — by participating in local viticulture and building sustainable lifestyles through it. Together, we’re revitalizing the city as a diverse and equitable epicenter for locally-grown food, wine, and culture — and inviting everyone to contribute to lifting their community.
Amorim is recognized as a global leader in sustainable business practices. We have been publishing an annual reviewed sustainability report since 2006. By being the largest cork company in the world, we have a big responsibility to set an example for how the cork industry can improve on environmental credentials in every step of production. Being a vertically integrated company with diversification in a large number of cork businesses we have a true circular economy and strive for an industrial system that is regenerative by intention and design. We use all of the cork raw material which includes the cork dust being used as a source of energy. At Amorim, over 60% of energy needs are met by using cork (biomass), which is a CO2 neutral source of energy.
As a leader of the regenerative agriculture industry since 2006, Advancing Eco Agriculture (AEA) creates real and lasting change on millions of acres in North America by helping farmers to become more resilient, efficient, and profitable. AEA’s highly trained consultants work with growers to combine nutritional supplements and biological inoculants and regenerative practices to implement customized crop programs designed using cutting-edge sap analysis. This science-based approach empowers farms to exceed crop quality markers and to produce healthier soils, stronger crops, and higher yields. AEA is at the forefront of regenerative agricultural media and education, including the popular and highly regarded Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, informative and inspiring webinars, and educational content that serve as a preeminent resource for growers around the globe. To learn more about AEA’s regenerative programs and products, visit the website or subscribe to the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast.
Agrology is a leading climate tech start-up and Public Benefit Corporation with a mission to help farmers adapt to and beat climate change with real-time analysis and predictive insights. The Agrology platform consists of climate and carbon monitoring systems, both based on ground-truth data and machine learning. The Agrology Climate Monitoring System delivers predictive insights and warnings, up to three days in advance, for wildfire smoke taint, extreme weather, soil conditions, pest and disease emergence, and irrigation. Agrology’s Carbon Monitoring System tracks soil carbon sequestration in real time, quickly detecting carbon loss via carbon dioxide emission events. Agrology customers include Braga Fresh, The Duckhorn Portfolio, Boisset Collection, Dana Estates, Emeritus Vineyards, Jordan Vineyards and Winery, Joseph Phelps Vineyards, Langtry Farms, Lawrence Vineyards, Mission Hill Family Estate Winery, Renteria Vineyard Management, Signorello Estate, Silver Oak Vineyards, and numerous specialty farms. Agrology is the winner of two highly selective National Science Foundation SBIR Awards, a 2023 WINnovation Award, and is a recipient of a USDA Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities grant. Agrology has offices in Alexandria, Virginia, and Sonoma, California, and can be found online at Agrology.ag.
Arable, the leader in crop intelligence, advances digital agriculture globally. Forward-thinking agribusinesses, vineyard operations, and food and beverage companies use Arable to be more productive, sustainable and profitable. Arable’s intuitive IoT-based solution combines reliable in-field weather, forecast, plant, soil and irrigation data with advanced modeling and machine learning to deliver real-time, actionable insights into the entire crop system. Arable helps customers in more than 30 countries optimize water use, crop protection, fertilization, field work, research trials, food supply chains and sustainability initiatives.
BioFiltro is a Davis, CA based firm providing nature-based wastewater solutions for wineries. Our worm powered wastewater system targets and reduces BOD5, TSS, and Total Nitrogen from the waste stream and delivers water apt for reuse within an energy efficient four-hour process. We offer containerized solutions for boutique wineries or custom designs for larger clients. Our systems deliver water compliant with the state’s new winery waste discharge requirements (WDR) while converting the nutrients into worm castings, a nutritious soil amendment that wineries can apply to their vineyard to improve crop yield and soil health.
BlueMorph Waterless Tank Sanitation System is a UV-based technology that provides the first truly effective and environmentally-friendly method of sanitizing vessels and containers without the use of chemicals. Customers benefit from over 80% reduction in water use, no chemicals to dispose of, lower electricity use compared to other sanitizing methods and safe and easy operation.
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For decades we’ve known that cover crops improve soil fertility and break disease cycles. However, the list of benefits and uses just keeps growing: improved water infiltration, enhanced nutrient cycling, reduced soil compaction, better water holding capacity, weed suppression, nutrient cycling, water quality protection, excess N sequestration, erosion prevention, biodiversity enrichment, pest control, pollinator habitat support. All this and good looks too!
At Buzz Seeds we believe that all cover crop mixes should support pollinators. That’s why we design our mixes to maximize floral resources. We work closely with local natural resource experts to make sure that none of our seeds will become problem weeds.
In 1943, Italian immigrants Cesare and Rosa Mondavi purchased the historic Charles Krug property, the oldest winery in the Napa Valley and longest-running tasting room in California. The brand was built on a foundation of family values, hard work and a European winemaking tradition; it remains a family-owned winery today, producing estate-driven, top of the line Napa Valley wines. Guided by a vision of protecting the land, the Mondavi family is committed to fostering environmental stewardship. The winery is under the direction of Peter Mondavi Jr. and his brother, Marc Mondavi, who steward the family business passed to them by their father, legendary Napa Valley wine icon Peter Mondavi Sr. Today, the Charles Krug winery is a majority woman-owned business as the family has proudly welcomed members of the fourth generation. Together, the family continues the legacy that started 80 years ago and is setting a foundation for the fifth generation, and generations to come. For additional information, please visit https://www.charleskrug.com/.
CLEAResult is the largest provider of energy efficiency, energy transition and decarbonization solutions in North America. Since 2003, our mission has been to change the way people use energy. Today, our experts lead the transition to a sustainable, equitable, and carbon-neutral future for our communities and our planet. Our hometown teams collaborate with a diverse network of local partners to deliver world-class technology and personalized services that make it easy for agricultural, commercial and industrial businesses, governments, utilities, and residential customers to reduce their energy use and carbon footprint. CLEAResult is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and has over 2,400 employees in more than 60 cities across the U.S. and Canada.
CLEAResult is the approved third-party implementer of the MCE Agricultural & Industrial Resource (AIR) Program serving Napa County.
Co-Fermented is an organization dedicated to creating awareness and facilitating representation for the LGBTQIA+ community within the wine industry.
As a community that has experienced historical barriers of acceptance, identity, and representation, Co-Fermented seeks to create inclusive and safe spaces, as well as challenge the status quo that limits our self-being and expression through the use of educational tools, representation, and community building. Co-Fermented is committed to using wine as a conduit for narratives within gender and sexual diversity while elevating LGBTQIA+ identifying individuals and embrace the queer experience.
Diam Bouchage has always been an innovative company; every year, it allocates a substantial budget to research and development.
In 2003, the company began investing in a revolutionary, patented process, called the DIAMANT® process that uses the properties of supercritical CO2 to extract the volatile compounds of cork and eradicate the molecules responsible for giving a taste to the wine, especially those causing “cork taint”.
Twelve years later, the company made yet another breakthrough in major technological progress with the launch of Origine by Diam®, a closure that reconciles science and nature, integrating a beeswax emulsion and binding agent composed of 100% plant-derived polyols.
Earthly Labs, A Chart Industries Company, is the leader in small scale carbon capture technology helping leaders capture, purify, recycle, reuse and convert CO2 to avoid emissions, reduce costs, add value and drive innovation. Earthly Labs’ solution includes CiCi® CO2 capture hardware solutions, cloud-based CO2 capture monitoring software, and engineering and maintenance services. The new CO2 exchange program allows companies to capture, use, convert, and sell CO2 to create value for industries like wineries and distilleries. Earthly Labs is a division of Chart Industries, Inc. (NYSE: GTLS) is a leading independent global manufacturer of highly engineered equipment used by leaders in food and beverage, renewable energy, and space markets. Powering the Nexus of Clean™, Chart is committed to solutions that advance clean air, clean water, clean energy, and clean food and beverage. With over 25 global manufacturing locations from the United States to China, Australia, India, Europe and South America, Chart maintains a commitment its customers and the environment. To learn more, visit www.Chartindustries.com
Earthworks Biochar is produced in the Sierra Mountains of California and is derived from woody biomass. Our biochar is used by farmers as a soil amendment due to its highly adsorbent properties. Biochar retains moisture and other nutrients that would otherwise leach out of root zones, improving crop yields, saving water and reducing fertilizer requirements. Biochar can help reclaim degraded soils and is also used in stormwater and wastewater systems to capture and filter pollutants out of water, including metals. Biochar has been found to have multiple uses beyond agriculture and Earthworks is just at the tip of learning about how biochar can be used in new markets like Green Building (ex. concrete, asphalt) and graphene production. The Earthworks Biochar product is Carbon Negative certified by the European Biochar Certificate (EBC) as a source of sequestered carbon and lab tested by the International Biochar Initiative (IBI) to ensure customers it is of the highest quality.
Napa County wineries understand the important role water takes in their operations. Climate change events, drought and new wastewater discharge regulations have forced wineries to think more strategically about how they use their water. Epic Cleantec offers a wholistic and sustainable approach to wastewater management that includes onsite reuse, water use data curation, integration of process control systems with flowmeters, and automated water quality reports to provide any winery with a complete picture of key water metrics to reduce risk and monitor sustainability targets. Epic Cleantec is focused on taking the waste out of wastewater and helping wineries build a more water resilient operation. For a new perspective on water reuse, visit epiccleantec.com.
As the pioneers of premium wine on tap, Free Flow’s mission is to deliver the freshest, best tasting, most sustainable glass of wine. Our keg leasing, filling and logistics services have allowed the wine and hospitality industries to move to a greener, fresher, better way to serve wine by the glass. We are passionate about what we do and always looking for new ways to think outside the bottle. Founded in 2009, Free Flow has more than 250 wine brands in keg from wineries throughout the world. Premium wines in Free Flow kegs and cans are available at restaurants, hotels, retail stores, sports and entertainment venues across the US. Free Flow Wines currently has locations in Sonoma, California and Bayonne, New Jersey.
Global Package is distinguished by our highly creative technical expertise – offering outstanding and innovative products, versatile applications through sourcing from competitive Asian, European, and domestic markets and unsurpassed quality in service and support. We are the importer of the highly regarded Wild Glass™ developed by Estal Packaging, 100% post-consumer recycled glass in dark and light glass.
Green Cell Foam is the leading protective insulation for wineries when it comes to safeguarding wine shipments. It is produced by TemperPack, the largest producer of sustainable cold chain materials for food and life sciences products in the U.S. The company’s mission is simple: protect products with materials that protect the planet. TemperPack was founded in 2015 to allow enterprises to ship perishable products without unnecessary plastic waste. Headquartered in Richmond, VA, with operations in Richmond, Holt, MI, Las Vegas, NV, and Reno, NV, the company develops and scales innovative solutions that disrupt unsustainable packaging technologies. TemperPack’s products protect millions of shipments every month.
For nearly 20 years, H&A has provided barrel management services to wineries and distilleries throughout the world. Conscious of the finite nature of oak barrels and the environmental impact of their use, they have made it their mission to extend the lifecycle of the barrels. H&A uses their financing solution as the vehicle to deliver their barrel management services, providing their partners with the necessary quality and traceability standards for each additional use of the barrels. H&A offers their partners a 100% barrel recycling guarantee. Their used barrel inventory can be used in variety of outlets based on age, condition, and quality. Their highest quality barrels are reused for winemaking, but they have options for older barrels as well. These barrels can transition into their seasoning program and eventually to distilleries as finishing barrels. Through these strategic global programs, H&A has been able to extend the lifecycle of the barrel to over 30 years for wineries of all sizes.
Heather Paulsen Consulting (HPC) works with mission-driven businesses to create an economy (and a world) that works better for all of us: owners, employees, suppliers, customers, our communities and the environment. Specializing in B Corp and Zero Waste certifications, sustainability-related strategic planning and facilitation – and increasingly leaning into regenerative business design – HPC has catalyzed initiatives to reduce carbon footprints, engage employees and suppliers, and ensure that business serves all stakeholders, not just shareholders. A Certified B Corp and member of 1% for the Planet since 2015, HPC has earned recognition for “Growing the B Corp Movement” (2016) and as “Best for the World: Changemaker” (2018).
Hispanics in Wine™ is a nonprofit organization dedicated to amplifying Hispanic/Latinx roots in the beverage and hospitality industries. Rooted in community and representation, its mission is to provide educational and career-advancementopportunities to the ever-growing Hispanic and LatinX community of beverage professionals in the United States and worldwide. From a comprehensive directory of wine professionals and strategic partnerships to an industry LatinX wine summit, scholarship opportunities, and more, Hispanics in Wine aims to connect, amplify, and support the ever-growing Hispanic and Latinx community, including wine entrepreneurs, producers, sommeliers, retailers, restaurants, vineyard stewards, and consumers.
HotSpot AG is a farm management tool, developed to simplify irrigation and help growers comply with ever-changing regulations. Created by a fourth-generation farm family, HotSpot AG is engineered to solve the problems farmers face in real time with an interface that is accessible by any smartphone, tablet, or computer. From these devices, you can monitor aspects such as flow, pressure, filter, soil moisture, incoming power usage, well level, reservoir level, pump status, along with current weather conditions such as wind speed, wind direction, temperature and humidity, solar radiation, and rain collection. With HotSpot Ag, you can also control the opening and closing of valves, turn on and off pumps and engines used to power pumps and wind machines, and inject fertilizers with their top-of-the-line fertigation system. All control functions can be remotely used at the touch of a button or scheduled for future use with HotSpot Ag’s intuitive and easy to use scheduling tool. With three California locations and supporting over 100 ranches in 17 different counties, HotSpot Ag has a way to fill the monitoring and/or automation needs of all growers.
The Hue Society, founded in 2017 by Tahiirah Habibi, is a trailblazing organization increasing Black, brown, and Indigenous representation and access in the wine industry. By connecting a prominent community of innovators, sommeliers, and winemakers, with a rapidly growing population of Black wine enthusiasts, The Hue Society is bridging the gap in economic inclusion and representation for communities of color.
IMPACKFUL SOLUTIONS was created by combining years of custom packaging and logistics expertise, with a vast knowledge of the wine and spirits industry. Sommelier level mastery, merged with professional spirits certifications, gives us the foundation to take a vision and make it incredible. A single source for all custom packaging, fulfillment, copacking and storage solutions. We invest time in learning your business, building relationships, and creating custom solutions to fit your exact needs. We want our clients to BE IMPACKFUL.
International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) is a collaborative working group of environmentally committed wineries focused on a science-based approach to reducing carbon emissions across the wine industry.
Sponsors for this event include all of IWCA’s California Gold and Silver Level Members.
Lallemand group decided in 2006 to put its knowledge and technological assets in microbiology and fermentation for the agricultural world. And so was born the Lallemand Plant Care business unit, which has since grown significantly through the acquisition of companies specializing in plant bio protection and bio fertilization.
Lumo is a smart irrigation solution that helps growers save water, improve crop quality and reduce costs. Smart valves with built-in sensors provide automation, accountability and digital record keeping to give growers unprecedented visibility into the health of their irrigation network. Learn more by visiting lumo.ag
MCE is a not-for-profit public agency and the preferred electricity provider for more than 580,000 customer accounts and 1.5 million residents and businesses across Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, and Solano counties. Setting the standard for clean energy in California since 2010, MCE leads with 100% renewable power at stable rates, delivering a 1200 MW peak load and significantly reducing greenhouse emissions and reinvesting millions in local programs. For more information about MCE, visit mceCleanEnergy.org, or follow us on your preferred social platform @mceCleanEnergy.
Founded in eastern Napa county, Napachar converts woody waste from vineyard management and local forest fuel-reduction efforts into Biochar, one of the richest soil amendments and most stable forms of carbon capture available today. By making our biochar with portable kilns on site in the vineyard and forest, we reduce transportation costs and emissions, and offer a drop-in replacement for burn-piling and wood-chipping. Additionally, our kilns are substantially lower polluting than these alternatives, producing almost no smoke and releasing a tenth of the CO2. Our resulting product is ready for incorporation into vineyard soil, where it serves as an organic tool for holding onto water and nutrients in the soil and encourages increased growth and crop production, with no detriment to the quality of the fruits.
Napa RCD empowers the community to voluntarily conserve, protect, and restore natural resources in a landscape that supports agriculture, urban areas, and wild lands. We provide technical assistance, educational programs, monitoring programs, and funding sources to help land managers meet their conservation goals.
Napa Green is a global leader in sustainable winegrowing, setting the highest bar for sustainability and climate action in the wine industry. Napa Green facilitates systematic soil to bottle certification for wineries and vineyards, and provides the resources, tools and connections to continuously level up leadership. In 2021, Napa Green was the first sustainable winegrowing program in the world to redevelop Vineyard certification standards to focus on climate action, regenerative carbon farming, and social equity. In 2022, Napa Green and community partners launched a first of its kind, six-event Climate & Wine Symposium (Napa THRIVES now RISE) with over 65 speakers and 600 total guests.
Napa Recycling is the recycling, compost, and garbage service provider for the City of Napa and southern Napa County, as well as the operator of the award-winning Napa Recycling & Composting Facility. Recycling and composting help save resources, energy, and money. They keep materials out of the landfill, provide jobs, combat climate change, and “close the loop” through the creation of new products out of recycled materials. Through Napa’s convenient recycling, composting & waste reduction programs, we all work together towards the ultimate goal of Zero Waste.
The Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) is a champion for an open and inclusive community and industry that welcomes individuals from all backgrounds. To help achieve this, the NVV has partnered with UNCF (United Negro College Fund) to establish a new scholarship program worth $1 million for people of color who wish to pursue degrees in wine industry subjects such as grape growing, winemaking, marketing, business, and more. The organization demonstrates its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusivity through its efforts to amplify the voices of diverse vintners and through educational and marketing campaigns. The NVV is dedicated to continuous learning, reflection, and action, and it holds itself accountable for expanding its internal policies and actions. Through this work and that of its member wineries, the NVV is commitment to be responsible stewards and leaders in social responsibility within the Napa Valley community.
Napa Wildlife Rescue is the only organization permitted by the California Fish and Wildlife to rescue, rehabilitate and reunite/release wildlife in Napa County. Every year we work with well over a thousand orphaned or injured wildlife, with the goal of returning them to their wild lives. Barn owls are an excellent alternative to harmful rodenticides, otherwise known as rat poison. Rodenticides weaken the rodents before killing them, making them slow and attractive to predators. Then, when they are caught and eaten, the poison spreads and kills the predators of the rodents. This makes the rodent problem even worse, because there are fewer predators to control their population. Instead of using cruel poisons, whose effects spread beyond your intentions, they recommend an approach called Integrated Pest Management. This is a systemic way of thinking about pests in the environment, which addresses the root of the problem instead of only the symptoms.
The mission of the NV Farmworker Foundation is to support and promote Napa Valley’s vineyard workers through education and professional development.
The Farmworker Education Committee has been active in the community, hosting the Spanish Brown Bag Series and Napa County Pruning Contest, since 2001. The organization realized its full potential when founder, Arnulfo Solorio, presented his dream of creating a foundation to provide educational opportunities for farmworkers year-round. With overwhelming support, his vision became a reality, and the Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation was established in 2011, the first grower-supported organization of its kind in the United States. Today, the Napa Valley Farmworker Foundation provides a wide range of annual programs that focus on developing skills in the areas of adult literacy, vineyard operations & safety, leadership & management, mentorship, and family life. The farmworker community is critical to the success of the wine industry and the foundation is dedicated to creating a better future for all Napa County farmworkers and their families.
Arnulfo Solorio is a partner at Silverado Farming Company and recognized as NVG Grower of the Year in 2022. He continues to serve as the Vice President of the Farmworker Foundation Board and Chair of the Education Committee.
PowerFlex is a national provider of renewable energy infrastructure with a comprehensive suite of flexible, turnkey solutions designed to transform any organization into a clean-energy facility. Our scalable offerings include onsite solar, battery storage, electric vehicle charging, microgrids, and energy management systems. Whether standalone or working in concert as a bundled system, these technologies bring clean, reliable, and affordable carbon-free power when and where it is needed, helping our clients reduce their long-term energy costs, increase resiliency, and achieve sustainability goals.
Redwood Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative whose mission is to passionately serve the best interests of our Members, team members, and communities. We provide exceptional service and the best overall value in financial services to help our Member- Owners achieve their financial goals and dreams. RCU is highly committed to giving back to the communities we serve, and to the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” We are committed to our communities, to environmental sustainability, and to free financial education.
Did you know that the weight of wine bottles is 40% lighter than it was 15 years ago? In fact, today, nearly 9 in 10 (87%) of 75cl wine bottles fall under the light to medium weight category.
While glass packaging is one of the most sustainable packaging materials, the industry continues to innovate in terms of technology and design to further improve its environmental impact. With extensive lightweighting efforts, bottles can be made lighter while keeping all of their qualities.
Saverglass, the world’s leading manufacturer specializing in the production and decoration of luxury and high-end glass bottles.
Saxco is a full-service packaging solutions provider. Serving the wine industry for decades, we combine our expertise, passion, and commitment to our customers’ success with the right products and services. Saxco is uniquely positioned as a single source supplier, offering standard glass bottles and cans to fully proprietary packaging solutions, and in-house services. We leverage a world-class global network of manufacturers to give our customers the surety of supply they can depend on.
A collective focus on sustainability is essential to our industry and our planet. Sustainable packaging options are here, and consumers are becoming more sensitive to carbon footprints when making purchasing decisions. Saxco can help you navigate this evolving landscape and achieve your sustainability goals through a sustainability consultation and emissions calculator for rigid packaging containers.
Scott Laboratories is the leading supplier for the North American wine and specialty beverage industry. For 90 years Scott Labs has been a trusted resource for the community while bringing the most innovative technology, products and services to the industry. Scott Laboratories has a diverse portfolio including yeast, fermentation nutrients, enzymes and processing aids, microbial control, corks, crush pad equipment, filtration systems, crossflows and pumps. Scott Laboratories is proud to be a Certified B Corp™, joining the global community of businesses that are leading the movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. Whether it’s your first year or your 9th decade doing business with us- you have a friend at Scott Labs.
Solectrac is the first American company to commercialize electric tractors through direct sales and its growing dealer network. Solectrac climate smart electric tractors are zero-emission, quiet and powerful and benefit not only the environment but also the health of the agricultural work force by eliminating exposure to exhaust and reducing noise. Solectrac tractors can be charged from the grid or renewable energy sources, need less maintenance, and provide high torque at low speeds.
As a Certified B Corp since 2019 Solectrac continues to maintain the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability. Since becoming a subsidiary of Ideanomics in 2021, Solectrac has been growing fast and adding new dealerships to its expanding network to provide sales and service to customers. In 2022, the company opened a new 36,000 square foot production facility in Windsor, California and soon added a second assembly center in North Carolina to serve east coast customers.
Solectrac is part of Ideanomics, (Nasdaq: IDEX), which is a global business headquartered in New York that is accelerating the commercial adoption of electric vehicles. Solectrac received the Solar Impulse Foundation Efficient Solution label in 2020, was the recipient of the WINovation award in 2021 and the World Ag Expo Top-10 New Product Winner in 2022. For more information, please visit www.solectrac.com.
Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits is the the world’s preeminent distributor of beverage alcohol and a leader in corporate social responsibility. Their 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report showcases Southern Glazer’s role in supporting the Heart of Hospitality on a national and local level through charitable initiatives, programs that uplift underrepresented communities, and an evolving commitment to environmental sustainability.
Sunlight Electric is Northern California’s premier designer and retailer of commercial photovoltaic systems with a major focus on the sustainable food, beverage, and agriculture-related market sectors as well as deep experience in solutions for retail, corporate office parks, auto retailing, and refrigerated warehousing. Headquartered in Sonoma, Sunlight Electric provides the wine industry with a range of energy products and services and has become the industry’s most trusted provider with over 50 winery and wine-related projects in Napa, Sonoma, and the Central Coast regions.
The Tinfoil Recycling Project is an exciting endeavor. The idea centers on the concept of recycling tin capsules from wine bottles. TRCNB supplies participating wineries with collection buckets to recycle the tin from the neck of each wine bottle. We collect the donations on a quarterly basis or earlier as needed and deliver to a local recycling business.
Click below to see our growing list of 40+ participating wineries and restaurants and how you might get involved.
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TRUE certified spaces are environmentally responsible, more resource efficient and help turn waste into savings and additional income streams. By closing the loop, they cut greenhouse gases, manage risk, reduce litter and pollution, reinvest resources locally, create jobs and add more value for their company and community. TRUE also certifies events to improve their sustainability.
Full service Wildfire Fuel Reduction and Forest Debris Management.
With their mobile burn process, The Clean Burn Company is able to perform most burning services where the piles are; eliminating the need to dismantle and manage each part of the tree separately. They manage all parts of a tree in one process.
No hauling, no chippers, no piles of flammable material left behind.
Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling and Clover Flat Resource Recovery Park have been in operation for nearly 60 years. We proudly serve the community by processing waste, sorting and processing recyclable materials, and creating OMRI certified compost from organic material collected throughout the valley. The companies are environmental leaders recognized for their innovation and ingenuity by National Geographic, California Department of Food & Agriculture, CalRecycle, OMRI, among others.
As the European leader and the world’s third largest producer of glass packaging for beverages and food products, Verallia wants to redefine the way glass is manufactured, reused and recycled, to make it the most sustainable packaging material in the world.
With 32 glass plants, 3 decor plants and 8 cullet (glassware) processing centers in 11 countries, they manufacture 16 billion glass bottles and jars each year to supply 10,000 companies, from local family producers to major international brands.
Their global network helps them provide their North American customers with customizable, eco-friendly and high-quality glass solutions. From the East Coast to the West Coast of the USA and Canada their team will support you in all your beverages glass packaging projects. With nearly 200 years of experience in glass manufacturing, they offer to North America market a unique approach based on sustainability, innovation, customer experience and high-quality products.
Wilbur-Ellis is one of the largest family-owned companies in the world. Applying our knowledge and expertise, we have grown into a $3 billion business by focusing on the essentials people need to thrive. We don’t just sell you the product, we help you put it to work. Our products, services, and innovations fit together to maximize your return on investment. We customize solutions to be sure your vineyards get what they need, right when they need it. When you partner with Wilbur-Ellis, our extensive sampling, analyses, scouting, and application methods ensure we get the job done right.
Wine Unify was founded on the belief that education is the cornerstone to progress in any field. Yet many ethnic and racial minorities experience significant barriers to entry – be it financial, mentorship, or a general feeling of exclusion. They seek to change that by fostering wine education for underrepresented minority groups, and amplifying the voices of the people of color who are already thriving within the wine industry. They do this by way of outreach, awards, and education, as well as various other elements within their initiatives.
World Centric was named after the belief that we need to think beyond ourselves (ego-centric), and think about the world (world-centric). With this mindset, World Centric was created in 2004 as a nonprofit organization to elevate awareness of global sustainability issues. Today, we continue to uphold the same mission and values to be of service to people and the planet in all that we do. We carry this in our business operations, which are far from business-as-usual, to address sustainability in our products, philanthropy, and practices.