Tennessee Wine and Grape Board to Meet
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Wine and Grape Board will meet Jan. 13, 2021 at 10 a.m. CST.
In accordance with Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Order 71, the Tennessee Wine and Grape Board will meet and conduct business by electronic means.
The meeting is open to the public to attend via an internet-based teleconferencing system. There is no cost to participants. Instructions and alternative methods of communication are below.
The agenda includes approval of the previous meeting’s minutes, a quality assurance committee report, a Coronavirus Agricultural and Forestry Business Fund update along with other old business.
The Wine and Grape Board is comprised of seven members and their purpose is to support the growth of the wine industry in Tennessee.
For more information, contact the Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Business Development Division at 615-837-5160.
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To join the meeting via phone, dial 1-415-655-0003 and use access code 178 915 8857.
Call to order – Bill Sanderson, Chair
Roll Call and Minutes– Rachel Sullivan
-- Quality Assurance Committee Update – Dr. Tony Johnston
- CAFB Fund Update – Kyle Hensley
- UT Research Proposal – Dr. Alicia Rihn
- TAEP Application B update – Erica Alexander