Agriculture

In The Studio - Davis as a Pollinator Oasis

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Daisy Lee hosts Diane Crumley, Education & Outreach, North Davis Riparian Greenbelt, and Joanne Heraty, Hedgerow Expert, Yolo County Resource Conservation District.

arboretum.ucdavis.edu/pollinator-gardening

beegarden.ucdavis.edu

topics discussed include: ecoservices of pollinators, native hedgerow planning, resources for native plant gardens

Recorded 09/20/18.

Wine Country at Work - Wine Country and Climate Change

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This is a three part episode where Ralph DeAmicis, host and wine tour guide talks about the strategies that growers in Napa and Sonoma are using to adapt to the climate change that they have been measuring for many years. The second segment is about how ride sharing has changed wine country. The third segment is about the ongoing series on BioDynamics. Produced in September 2017.

Wine Country at Work - Inside the Tour Business

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This is a behind the scenes look at what the guides do during a high end private wine tour. Spanning three days in November in Napa California it looks at the complicated process that underlies the clients experience. The host of Wine County at work, Ralph de Amicis, is a top flight tour guide in the worlds top wine destination. He takes the audience along for the ride.

Wine Country at Work - The Napa Winemakers Calendar

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This is the second improved version of the episode about this wonderful calendar created by photographer Nicole Marino themed around wine country in the 1800's featuring wine makers from various small vineyards around the valley. This version includes the calendar photography that was not available when the first version was released. The calendar is a benefit for the Yountville Military Veterans home.

Wine Country at Work - The Napa Film Festival Story

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This interesting interview with the co-founder of the festival, Marc Lhormer, offers wonderful stories and insights about the process by which the festival came about not that many years ago, and how it runs today. It includes extensive footage from the 2015 festival. Interviewed by Wine Country @ Work host Ralph de Amicis at the festival offices in downtown Napa.