Events & Workshops



CDFA SWEEP Application Workshop

Tue, November 16, 2021
9:00 am – 11:00 am

Learn how to apply for SWEEP grant funding to implement irrigation systems that reduce greenhouse gases and save water on agricultural operations.

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Healthy Soils Application Workshops

Thurs, November 18, 2021, Thurs, December 16, 2021 &  Thurs, January 20, 2022
9:00 am – 11:00 am

Learn how to apply for HSP grant funding to implement agricultural practices that improve soil health, enhance pollinator habitat, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and store carbon. Workshops provided by CDFA.

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Winery Waste Discharge Requirements Workshop

Thurs, Dec 2, 2021
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Online OR in person at Cakebread Cellars

Have you heard about the Water Board’s adoption of the WINERY WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS and wondering what this means for your facility? Join us to hear from the Wine Institute, County Environmental Health, Napa Green’s own engineer Bill Bennett, and key regional vendors on next steps. SEE THE AGENDA.



Napa Green Grower Engagement & Vineyard Enrollment workshop

Thurs, December 9, 2021
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Online OR in person at Chimney Rock Winery

Connect with Ben Mackie, Napa Green’s Climate & Soil Specialist, to learn about the Napa Green Vineyard certification process and get ENROLLED (one-year transition period).

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Online Training

Napa Green Ambassador Training 

Watch online: anytime, anywhere

What does it mean to be Napa Green Certified and how can it help you engage guests and differentiate your brand? Learn this and more in our Napa Green Ambassador program. 


Online VIDEO

Energy Management Throughout Wine Production

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From irrigation pumps to winery lighting, to the company’s fleet, mechanization in the vineyard, energy used for packaging production and transportation, no matter to what stage of wine production you may look at, energy consumption and management is at the core of the problem as well as the solution.

Wine businesses of different sizes, regions and countries are eager to embrace this transition, but numerous challenges arise. How and where can I improve my energy efficiency along the wine value chain? What options are suitable for my business, my region? What is the most sustainable energy approach? Can different types of energy coexist? How long will it take to achieve the payback for each option? How can I store the produced energy in place so it can be used according to my needs? It is financial sustainable to do it alone or in collaboration with others? On grid or off grid?

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Climate Friendly Farming Workshop

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Watch this three-part workshop to explore the opportunity of climate friendly farming – implementing regenerative practices that store more carbon in soil, increase soil health, and enhance the resilience of vineyards to drought and heat stress.



Sustainability: The Real Substance

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Sustainability is sometimes dismissed as lacking teeth and primarily serving as a marketing tool. We’ll discuss the rigor and substance behind Napa Green and other sustainability certifications, and why it is essential that conscientious businesses communicate with employees, customers and guests about how and what sustainability really is. Certified sustainable wineries and businesses are committed to continuing improvement in caring for the health of nature and the health of employees and community, which enhances the health and longevity of the businesses themselves. Join us to explore how three wineries put their bold sustainability words into action.


Online Training Video

Green Packaging and Purchasing

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Speakers and discussion cover:

  • Lighter weight glass
  • Environmental benefits of cork
  • Packaging alternatives to eliminate styrofoam
  • Both local and innovative opportunities for “green” purchasing