Wine Environmental Footprint Report Published
A new report has been released to show the environmental footprint of wine. Performed by the Center for Sustainable Systems at the University of Michigan and released by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, this report can help winegrowers make decisions that will reduce their
Recycling Hubs Open
Recycle #4 plastics from your winery
Low-density polyethylene (#4 plastic) can show up in the winery as pallet wrap, sheet plastic (on pallets of glass, for example), bubble wrap, some shipping air cushions, cork bags, and more.
LIVE wineries are continuing this recycling option for all
Sustainable Wine Survey
On behalf of Cam Brown
Please take this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SustainableWine-LIVE
Business Transformation Through Sustainability: Strategic Operations and Decision-Making in the Wine Industry
The purpose of this survey is to identify how wineries and vineyards
2017 Vineyard Standards Updates
Below is a summary of Vineyard Joint Technical Committee decisions related to LIVE standards, including the Green and Yellow Lists as well as the LIVE Checklist. These decisions are based on feedback from researchers, members, inspectors, and partners throughout the season, and they will be
2017 Board Ballot and 2016 Annual Meeting Minutes
The 2017 LIVE Board of Directors ballot and the 2016 LIVE Annual Meeting minutes have been published. Please review these documents for respective votes to approve at the LIVE Annual Meeting on April 18th, 2017. You may also cast your ballot by mail or email.
LIVE Opens Prosser Office
LIVE is pleased to announce that it has hired a staff person who will focus on memberships throughout the Pacific Northwest. Brighid O’Keane, the Washington & Idaho Outreach Coordinator, will work from LIVE’s new office at the Walter Clore Center in Prosser, WA.
The goals of this position