• CA Department of Food and Agriculture awards CSWA a $375,000 grant for a three-year project to speed adoption of sustainable winegrowing practices through data-driven targeted education (2010)
  • CA Department of Food and Agriculture awards CSWA a $450,000 grant for a four-year project to drive climate protection and innovation through field testing a carbon offset and greenhouse gas emissions model for California wine grape growers (2010)
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service awards a Conservation Innovation Grant to CSWA for a three-year $590,048 project to develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive system of industry-wide performance benchmarking, tools and resources in order to drive conservation innovation and speed adoption of sustainable practices in the California wine community (2009)
  • CA Department of Food and Agriculture awards CSWA a $125,000 grant for a two-year project to develop a voluntary certification for the Sustainable Winegrowing Program to speed adoption of sustainable practices (2008)
  • The Department of Pesticide Regulation awards a two-year, $183,640 grant to CSWA to protect and improve air and water quality in California by decreasing related risks associated with pesticides used in grape (i.e., wine, raisin, and table) production (2007)
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service awards a two-year, $607,500 grant to CSWA to evaluate environmental services accounting tools and increase their use (2007-2009)
  • USDA Risk Management Agency awards a $96,000 grant to CSWA to increase the understanding and adoption of risk management practices (2007)
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation awards a $82,000 grant to CSWA to identify motivations and conservation benefits of adopting sustainable practices (2007)
  • CA Department of Food and Agriculture awards a $100,000 grant to CSWA to consolidate existing information on vineyards and climate change (2007)
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation awards a $75,000 grant to CSWA to address biodiversity and habitat conservation (2006)
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company partners with CSWA to promote energy efficiency (2005 - ongoing)
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation awards a $60,000 grant to CSWA to address ecosystem management (2005)
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service awards a three-year, $475,000 grant to CSWA to advance air and water quality (2004-2007)
  • American Farmland Trust awards a two-year, $300,000 grant to CSWA to promote and measure integrated pest management methods (2004-2006)
  • CA Department of Food and Agriculture awards a $280,000 grant for widespread implementation of sustainable practices (2002-2004)