Your voice matters: Participate in our survey to elevate Michigan's grape and wine industry

Join forces with MSU Extension in a nationwide effort to elevate Michigan's grape and wine industry. Your expertise is vital to shaping the future of regional production and quality.

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Michigan State University Extension is embarking on a significant national-level project aimed at understanding and addressing the needs of the U.S. grape and wine industry.

The project, "Enhancing Regional Grape and Wine Production and Quality," is all about enhancing the quality of grape and wine production within specific regions, including right here in Michigan. This initiative adopts a holistic, multidisciplinary approach, recognizing the various challenges faced by industry stakeholders and seeking innovative solutions to overcome them.

Producer expertise and insights are invaluable to us, so we're inviting you to participate in a quick and confidential questionnaire designed to gather feedback on viticulture, enology and winery business management. Your input will play a crucial role in shaping the future direction of the industry and ensuring its continued growth and prosperity.

Participation is entirely voluntary and no personal information will be collected. Your anonymity is guaranteed. The questionnaire will take just 5-30 minutes of your time and can be accessed through the following survey link. The survey will close on March 29, 2024, at 5 p.m. Central Time.

If you have any questions or need further clarification, please don't hesitate to reach out to Aude Watrelot, PhD at or Cain Hickey, PhD at They'll be more than happy to assist you.

Your participation in this survey is immensely appreciated. By sharing your insights, you're helping us equip the industry with valuable resources and pave the way for its continued success. Together, we can make a difference and ensure a thriving future for Michigan's grape and wine community.

 Enhancing Regional Grape and Wine Production and Quality Survey

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