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Northwest Grape & Wine Discussion


The Northwest Grape & Wine Discussion is an e-mail (Lyris) discussion and newsgroup intended to enhance communications among Pacific Northwest grape growers, winemakers, processors, crop advisors, researchers, and extension educators. It is open to anyone in Oregon, Washington, Idaho or British Columbia that is involved with or associated with the grape and wine industries.

The discussion group is intended to be a forum for discussion of questions, problems or issues associated with Northwest berry production and utilization. It can also be used for postings of news items, announcements, job opportunities, or items for sale or looking to buy. It is NOT intended to be an outlet for commercial advertising.

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The author of a message sent to this list is solely responsible for that message’s content. The content, purpose, or opinions expressed in messages are not necessarily those of the Northwest Berry Discussion group subscribers, the Northwest Berry Discussion group owner, or Oregon State University. Subscription to this list constitutes acceptance of this policy and the Acceptable Use Policy for Oregon State University Computing facilities.


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