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New Technologies for Vineyard Mechanization are on the BCWGC agenda - looking forward to Cain Hickey's presentation in July. BCWGC
Powdery Mildew Workshop @ Township 7 Winery in Langley April 25, 8 - 12 email info@bcwgc.org or call 250.809.7107 to register BCWGC
Tractor Safety Training Workshop on April 12, West Kelowna and April 26, Oliver. Email carol@agsafebc.ca or call 250.215.5293 to register BCWGC
Can't wait to hear Tim Donahue speak at the 17th Annual Enology and Viticulture Conference. Check out his story https://t.co/q28O7vaa7T BCWGC

The 17th Annual Enology & Viticulture Conference

Monday, July 18 and Tuesday, July 19, 2016

This exciting international event provides opportunities to learn about leading edge research and technology for vineyards and wineries and to network work with over 300 delegates.  With over 100 Exhibitors the tradeshow is an excellent venue to learn and get advice on new products, supplies, and equipment.

Exhibitor Information | Delegate Registration

The SWBC identifies and promotes sustainable practices for grape growing, wine production, and winery hospitality services that will support a viable, competitive and continually improving wine industry.

The Health & Safety Committee is pleased to present the Health and Safety for Small and Medium-sized Wineries handbook that was developed in partnership with WorkSafe BC.

The BC Wine Grape Council is proud to announce that we are offering our Best practices guide free to download.

Click here for more information.

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Harvest is just around the corner! Remember that the BCWGC levy is still $10/short ton (2,000 lbs. or 909 kg) and that it is collected at the first point of sale. This mandatory levy was established...

There are many career pathways in BC’s vineyards with career opportunities now and in the future.

Click on one of these links to find out more information about careers, education/training, what to expect, and how to register your interest.