This spring, LIVE partnered with a group of environmental science students from Willamette University to distribute oak saplings to our members. Their group, called Growing Oaks, was formed to promote the growth and protection of the Oregon Oak. This spring collaboration was the beginning of a
Vineyard Standards Updates for 2022
Each year, LIVE's Joint Technical Committee meets to review our vineyard standards and discuss key pest determinations, testing requirements, and new chemistry evaluations. Updates for the 2022 growing season are below and the final documents are at livecertified.org/certify. Contact LIVE staff to be connected with your Regional Tech Committee chair.
Industry Carbon Footprint
LIVE and Good Company have collaborated to publish a comprehensive study on the carbon footprint of the regional Pacific Northwest wine industry. This is a landmark publication for LIVE that will help the Oregon and Washington wine industries achieve carbon neutrality in the near future if the
Winery Recycling Hubs Update
We need your help recycling winery plastics and increasing recycling rates.
Our recycling partner, Agri-Plas, Inc. continues to experience a challenging recycling market. In order to continue accepting material from the Hubs (and wineries in general), we need your help in adequately sorting the plastics which you drop off.
2022 Ballot for Board of Directors
Because of the virtual nature of this year's Annual Meeting, we will be once again voting for the LIVE Board of Directors online.
All LIVE members, please click the link below to cast your ballot. One ballot per member please. Voting will be open for 30 days, ending at 5pm
LIVE's Virtual Annual Meeting Mar 30 & 31
Registration is open for LIVE's Annual Meeting!
Join us virtually for two half-days of virtual presentations, networking, and our annual member meeting. In addition to program updates and board elections, there will be a keynote presentation and a retail roundtable, facilitated by Porto