Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why should I attend?
A: This event brings together researchers and growers so you can earn continuing education hours and improve your business all while connecting with peers and agriculture companies. But don't take it from us, multi-year attendee Bart Haycraft says, "It’s a forum for sharing knowledge and experiences with each other.”
Q: Where do I buy my ticket?
A: Click here to register in just two minutes!
Q: When is the event?
A: In-person Tuesday & Wednesday, November 14 & 15, 2023. Online courses / continuing education hours will be available October 16-November 30.
Q: Where is the event located?
A: Madonna Inn Expo Center at 120 Madonna Road in San Luis Obispo, California 93401.
Q: Is there wifi?
A: Yes! Wifi and login information will be readily available at the venue.
Q: Are there continuing education hours?
A: Attendees can earn up to 20+ Continuing Education (CE) hours between the two-day in-person event and online courses. Be sure to stop by the CE booth to sign in for your hours. We will take care of submitting them for you.
*Online courses are available from October 17 through November 30, 2023.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Tickets range from $225 to $595. Click here for two-day and one-day ticket pricing. Get your tickets before prices increase on November 12.
Q: What sustainable viticulture topics will be covered?
A: We are bringing over 40 experts together to give you actionable tips on robotics and electric vehicles, mealybug management, regenerative agriculture, carbon markets, biologicials, irrigation efficiency, real estate, powdery mildew, Red Blotch, and much, much more. Program coming soon!
Q: Is there a tradeshow?
A: Yes. For two days, you can explore over 60 vendors who can help you with your vineyard. Exhibitor list coming soon!
Q: What should I bring?
A: Feel free to bring a refillable water bottle, business cards, and a notepad and pen for the educational seminars. Stop by the name badge table on your way in to grab your badge, and remember to bring it with you if you are attending both days! Pastries and coffee will be available in the mornings, and a hearty lunch will be served both days.
Q: Will there be parking?
A: Yes, parking is free and will be available in the lot at the bottom of the hill. A shuttle will be making rounds to take you up the hill to the Expo Center building. We encourage carpooling, as parking fills up fast!