Designed for Winegrowing Professionals

Looking for the latest viticulture and technology from the world's top experts? The Sustainable Ag Expo brings together researchers and growers so you can earn continuing education hours and improve your business all while connecting with peers and agriculture companies.

 

Research and innovations in viticulture and ag business are constantly evolving, making it challenging to stay up to date with the latest practices. By attending the Sustainable Ag Expo, you will walk away with practical information that you can put to work for your business.

The Sustainable Ag Expo is a three-day seminar and tradeshow that provides an opportunity for farmers, ag professionals, and pest control advisors to learn about the latest in farming research, resource issues, and business trends related to sustainable agriculture.

Brought to you by Vineyard Team, the event allows Business Members to exhibit and network directly with upper-level agricultural decision-makers who represent over 225,000 acres of row crop, vineyard, and orchard operations.

Could your business benefit by implementing findings from the latest research in agriculture and business?

When you attend the Sustainable Ag Expo, you will:

Tickets

3-Day Member  3-Day Non-Member 1-Day
$445 $545 $225

Best management practices, laws, and technology are always changing. Vineyard Team wants to provide the resources you need in order to conduct your agricultural practices in ways that are true to the latest information in the field.

When you attend the Sustainable Ag Expo, you will have the opportunity to attend in-person seminars by top experts in the field of agricultural business, and experienced growers who have confronted challenges and attained successes in viticulture.

“Farming is hard. It’s a huge benefit to be part of a community of like-minded farmers that work together openly to figure out how to improve and overcome challenges.” - Andy Niner, Niner Wine Estates

Would you like to learn about the latest innovations in agricultural business and technology?

91: Carbon Sequestration

91: Carbon Sequestration

May 2, 2022

Dr. Charlotte Decock, Assistant Professor Cal Poly - Earth & Soil Sciences talks about soil management with the goal of capturing greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere and sequestering them in the soil. Her teaching and research focus on sustainable fertilizer and soil management in California’s specialty crops. Decock is a previously featured presenter of the Sustainable Ag Expo, listen below to hear her research on soil management and sustainable fertilizer. 

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92: Regenerative Agriculture

92: Regenerative Agriculture

April 25, 2022

David R. Montgomery defines regenerative agriculture as leaving the land better off and more fertile as a consequence of cultivation. Montgomery has been a featured presenter at the Sustainable Ag Expo, listen below to hear his research he has defined three principles to build soil fertility; minimal disturbance, cover cropping, and growing a diversity of crops. David studied geology at Stanford University before earning his Ph.D. in geomorphology at UC Berkeley. Today he teaches at the University of Washington where he studies the evolution of topography and how geological processes shape landscapes and influence ecological systems.

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