After being invited to give an oral presentation on his research “Predicting Key Phenological Stages for Grapevines – A Simple but Scientific Approach for Management and Site Selection”, Washington Statue University AgWeatherNet student Hector Camargo approached WWIF with a request for travel funds assistance to attend Hortimodel – a prestigious international symposium in France on models for plant growth, environment control and farming management in protected cultivation. The WWIF Board approved funds for Hector to attend, where he learned new ideas to evaluate and calibrate his model and was awarded first place in the Poster Awards! Congratulations, Hector!
Washington’s wine industry is serious about education. This year over $30,000 in scholarships is being offered to students pursuing certificates,
WWIF has been invited to submit a full proposal to the 2017 Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) Specialty Crop
Apply for up to $5,000 in sabbatical funding by May 1. Explore the world, expand your industry knowledge, and further