Climate Change, Appellations Among Emerald Triangle Concerns
By Willis Jacobson
Dec 17, 2020
Dec 17, 2020
Navigating the impacts of climate change, implementing a first-of-its-kind appellations program and dealing with a shifting regulatory and business landscape are among the main concerns for the northern California growers and businesses heading into 2021. Nicole Elliot, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s...
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