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November 30th, 2015

America's Heartland: California Winemakers Work to Benefit the Environment

 

Francis Ford Coppola Winery was recently featured on America's Heartland to talk about sustainability in the wine industry. The episode offers an in-depth look at California's internationally recognized sustainability program, and the various sustainable practices that Coppola Winery has incorporated in order to save water, improve air pollution, and optimize solar power energy.

You can watch the full segment here - America's Heartland: Episode 1112 - California Winemakers Work to Benefit the Environment

About America's Heartland

America’s Heartland has introduced viewers to America’s farmers and ranchers since its first episode in 2005.  The idea was a simple one - give consumers an inside look at the people and processes involved in bringing food, fuel, and fiber to those in the United States and around the world.  Since that first episode, America’s Heartland producers and reporters have brought viewers more than seven hundred informative and compelling stories about farm families, agricultural technology, consumer issues, animal welfare, environmental concerns, organic farming, and crop sustainability. America’s Heartland has traveled to Mainland China, Egypt, Morocco, and Taiwan to demonstrate the impact that American agriculture has on a global economy. As the only nationally broadcast program of its kind, America’s Heartland strives to give urban viewers a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing modern agriculture today.

Aired: November 24, 2015

Click here to find Francis Ford Coppola wines.