Mark Chandler

Establishing Good Neighbor and Community Relations Programs (2-Tape Session)


Unified Wine & Grape Symposium ~ 2001

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This general session addresses the image of the American wine business and its role in local communities on social and environmental issues.

Growth in the industry has brought an increased scrutiny as well as some negative publicity ? from endangered species, hillside vineyards, new and

expanded tasting rooms to rehashed neo-prohibitionists arguments. The Unified Symposium is drawing together top professionals to evaluate the

situation and share ?good neighbor? strategies and community relations programs.

Do We Know How the Wine/Winegrape Community is Perceived?

Linda Reiff, Napa Valley Vintners Association

Connecting With Community Values

Mark Chandler, Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission, Phil Wente, Wente Vineyards, July Ackerman, Paso Robles Vintners and Growers Association, Pete Opatz, Clos du Bois

Working Together to Enhance Natural Resources is Good Business

Lucy Blake, Sierra Business Council