On “Fat Tuesday”, February 9th, WWIF hosted its first-ever Mardi Gras Party + Auction at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.
Announcing scholarships available for the 2016-17 academic year! Eligible students pursuing degrees in viticulture, enology or wine marketing are invited
Working with WWIF Board members Stephanie Meier (Stoel Rives LLP) and Bill Shibley (Northwest Farm Credit Services) together with attorney
WWIF’s largest and most important fundraiser of the year is almost here! We’ve just finalized our menu, and you won’t
This scholarship recipient is getting his PhD at WSU, and researching spoilage prevention in red wines.
Scholarship winner Allison Baker has amazingly good senses. The generous WWIF scholarship Allison won directly aided her in completing her
“Winning the scholarships made such an impact in my life,” Carina said. “As a single mom and full time student, it’s
WWIF obtained a grant from the Washington State Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant Program, totaling $128,250 to create
In 2013, the Washington state Department of Labor and Industries awarded WWIF a $195,646 grant to provide Performance-Based Safety Training For Small/Mid-Sized Wineries.