May 8, 2019Michigan Craft Beverage Council sets research funding for 2019
The 2019 Michigan Craft Beverage Grant Funding has been announced and we look forward to supporting Michigan’s grape growers and wineries with new research and extension.
Here are the lead investigators and topics from Michigan State University:
- Paolo Sabbatini — Grapevine cold hardiness: integrating environmental cues and vine physiology.
- Tim Miles — Michigan grape extension programs to support vineyard sustainability and fruit quality.
Projects lead by industry collaborators:
- Geoff Frey, Petoskey Wine Region — Enhancing the Competitiveness of Michigan’s Newest American Viticulture Area by Increasing Consumer Engagement through Implementation of a Multi-Platform Social Media Campaign.
- Andrew Fies, Parallel 45 — Parallel 45’s Proposal to Bring More Educational and Training Opportunities to Michigan’s Grape and Wine Industry.
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- Sign up for our weekly email digest, MSU Extension News for Grape and Wine Industry. The online signup form will let you choose multiple topics of interest if you wish. You can easily unsubscribe with links provided in every email sent to you.
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– Joy Landis, Michigan State University Integrated Pest Management Program
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