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Napa County Farm Bureau Recognizes National Farm Health & Safety Week...

Message from CEO Ryan Klobas September 19th - Napa, CA--The Napa County Farm Bureau is proud to celebrate and acknowledge National Farm Health and Safety...

Napa County Farm Bureau Receives Six Awards for Excellence

August 30th - Napa, CA--The California Farm Bureau today announced that the Napa County Farm Bureau is the 2022 recipient of 6 state Awards...

Afternoon Brief, August 2nd

Fetzer Vineyards Adopts the Operating Name Change of Bonterra Organic Estates: The name Bonterra Organic Estates affirms the company’s commitment to regenerative organic farming, responsible business practices and environmental stewardship. The new name applies to the company’s corporate identity, as well as its Mendocino County, Calif., vineyard holdings and winery...

Napa County Farm Bureau Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients

August 2nd - Napa, CA--The Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation is pleased to announce its 2022 scholarship recipients for graduating high school seniors in...

Afternoon Brief, July 18th

Foley Family Wines Acquires Silverado Vineyards: Foley Family Wines today announced the acquisition of Silverado Vineyards, which sits just north of the town of Yountville on the Silverado Trail in the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley...

Farm Bureau’s 18th Annual Ag Education Golf Classic Ticket Sales Open

Napa, CA-The Napa County Farm Bureau’s 18th Annual Ag Education golf classic ticket sales are now open. This year’s golf classic will take place...

Afternoon Brief, June 28th

Napa Winery Turns Wine to Water: A bottling line mishap left some red faces at a winery that sent samples to a competition...

Farm Bureau Announces Open Nominations for California Leopold Conservation Award

June 28th - Napa, CA---The Napa County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce nominations are currently open for the California Leopold Conservation Award. The Farm...

Afternoon Brief, June 3rd

Wine Country Fires Vindicate Climate Fears: As fires again threaten California's wine country, Eric Schwartzman says it's time to act, rather than just debate climate change...

Afternoon Brief, May 3rd

New Technology Offers Fighting Chance Against Grapevine Killer: Scientists at UC Riverside have a shot at eradicating a deadly threat to vineyards posed by the glassy-winged sharpshooter, just as its resistance to insecticide has been growing...

Napa County Farm Bureau Announces 2022 Award Recipients

Al Wagner Named 2022 Agriculturalist of the Year, Tom Davies Named 2022 Friend of Agriculture, Minh Tran Named Recipient of Napa County Distinguished Leadership...

Afternoon Brief, May 2nd

Jack Cakebread, Photographer Turned Napa Vintner, Dies at 92: The owner of an auto repair shop and a freelance photographer, Cakebread found a second career helping define Napa Chardonnay at Cakebread Cellars...

Afternoon Brief, April 11th

Napa County Wineries Sued Over Website Accessibility Call for More Clear Compliance Terms: Dozens of Napa County wineries have been sued for website accessibility non-compliance in the last year, causing frustration and confusion for the businesses hit with the lawsuits...

Napa County Farm Bureau 2022 Scholarship Applications Due April 15

April 8—Napa, CA—The Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2022 Aldo Delfino Memorial Scholarship applications are now available for...

Afternoon Brief, March 24th

Fighting to Save the American Oak: Imagine a nation populated primarily by retirees, with few babies, and even fewer individuals ready to head into the workforce. Anyone with even the most tenuous grasp of socioeconomics could tell you those demographics will spell doom for the country's future in a matter of decades...
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