Become A Napa Green Ambassador

Would you like to feel more comfortable and confident talking about Napa Green Winery and Land certification and sustainable winegrowing?

Want to have a quick answer ready when people ask, “What is the difference between sustainable and organic?”

Interested in new ideas to engage guests and members and share your sustainability story in the tasting room, on social media and other communications channels?

Watch the Napa Green Ambassadors training covering:

  • What is sustainability, and how is it different from organic?
  • What is Napa Green?
  • What does it mean to be “soil to bottle” certified?
  • Evidence customers want this information and will use it in their travel and purchase decisions.
  • Examples of sustainability- and nature-based stories and customer engagement from Napa Green members and other certified sustainable wineries.
  • Butterflies, bees, birds and other beneficial and charismatic creatures.
  • Ideas and tips for effective social media and web content.
  • Using existing and new data collection to show the value of sharing sustainability stories and inform communications strategies.

Napa Green Ambassadors

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Anna Brittain | Executive Director of Napa Green

Anna Brittain has worked locally, nationally and internationally on environmental management and policy. She has spent more than eight years working as a sustainability consultant with the wine industry, with an expertise in communications and certification standards. Anna has a Master’s of Environmental Science & Management from the Bren School at UC Santa Barbara. Her mission is to spread the message that sustainability is sexy.

Napa Green Wildlife in the Vineyards

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John Comisky | President of Napa Wildlife Rescue

John Comiksy is the President of Napa Wildlife Rescue, the only organization in Napa County that is permitted to rescue, rehabilitate, and release wildlife back into the wild. John Comisky is also a freelance photographer based in Napa. His photographic work for Wildlife Rescue Center of Napa County reveals his love for birds and mammals. He has documented wildlife, landscapes, and candid moments of everyday life from across the globe.

Napa Green Data Context

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John Garn | President of ViewCraft & Business Development Manager at BioFiltro

John Garn specializes in the development of environmental certification programs for green business beginning with the Sonoma Green Business Program in 1993 and expanding the program to the Bay Area Green Business Program in 1996. John continued this work as lead co-author of the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance’s Code of Sustainable Winegrowing in 2000 and then as lead developer of the Napa Green Certified Winery program in 2007.