Information for the public about state wines, touring, and tasting opportunities presented by the Washington Wine Commission
Information for the state’s wine growing industry centered around education, promotion, and representation presented by the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers
Information for the state’s grape industry centered around business advancement presented by the Washington State Grape Society
The National Grape and Wine Initiative (NGWI) represents itself as a voice for wine, table grape, raisin, and juice growers across the U.S. Its mission is to develop cooperative research and educational outreach priorities for the benefit of the grape and wine industry in the U.S. NGWI facilitates a unified approach at the national level among research scientists, Extension personnel, and industry stakeholders to promote the sustainability of the grape and wine industry and enhance its competitive advantage in the global market.
The American Society for Enology and Viticulture is a professional society for the exchange of scientific knowledge and other information related to wine and grape research and production among the scientific community, policymakers, and industry stakeholders.
The American Phytopathological Society is a premier scientific society dedicated to the study of plant diseases and their control. Society annual meeting and symposia provide scientific knowledge and other information related to wine and grape research and production among the scientific community, policymakers, and industry stakeholders.
The Department of Plant Pathology at Washington State University conducts research on a broad range of diseases and provides solutions to disease problems impacting agriculture in Washington State.
University of California Integrated Viticulture Online is a good resource on different aspects of research and outreach activities on grapes conducted by academic and USDA researchers on the Davis campus.
The Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network is a joint effort between Oregon State University, the University of Idaho, Washington State University, and USDA-ARS that provides up-to-date scientific information and other resources on various aspects of grape and berry crops.
The Integrated Pest Management Program at Washington State University Extension provides information and resources on various topics related to IPM issues in Washington State agriculture, as well as links to other resources dealing with IPM and related activities around the country.