Help determine the future of the MSU Extension grape and wine team

We need your feedback in helping us prioritize and address current industry challenges and improve our educational programs.

Pinot Gris awaiting harvest in northern Michigan. Photo by Thomas Todaro, MSU Extension.

Pinot Gris awaiting harvest in northern Michigan. Photo by Thomas Todaro, MSU Extension.

The Michigan State University Extension fruit team creates and delivers data-driven educational resources directly to fruit growers to help them achieve their mission of product quality, sustainability and profitability. The grape and wine team helps solve challenges faced by grape and wine producers through research and Extension, and is comprised of MSU Extension educators and faculty from Benton Harbor (Brad Baughman), Traverse City (Thomas Todaro) and East Lansing (Paolo Sabbatini and Rufus Isaacs).

To ensure the grape and wine team produces high quality educational events, research and written material to address current challenges faced by grape and wine producers, we need your help. We kindly ask for you to complete a state-wide survey designed to address just this question. Please provide us with as much information as possible! This will help us prioritize and address current industry challenges, and improve our educational programs in 2018 and beyond. Think of it as measuring Extension’s Brix and TA levels.

Please take a few minutes and help us by completing this anonymous survey: MSU Fruit Team Impact Survey.

It can be completed online in just a few minutes from a computer, tablet or mobile device. Just click on this link to begin: MSU Fruit Team Impact Survey.

We appreciate you taking the time to provide us this helpful information. We wish you a successful and bountiful harvest!

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