Joseph Phelps Winery: Using Compost to Help Capture “Terroir” Winemakers manage their vineyards to cultivate particular characteristics in their wine, including flavors and aromas unique to their soils and climate, sometimes known as “terroir.” For Sarah Black, viticulturist, tending the vineyards and managing 600 tons of organic waste material each year and applying its compost for soil restoration is a full-circle labor of love for the land and the wine. Sarah operates a compost facility at the Joseph Phelps Vineyards
Kurapia is a newly developed, highly versatile groundcover. Once established, it requires little maintenance and needs less water than cool season turfgrasses. Kurapia’s sturdy structure makes it ideal for many uses. Kurapia works well to cover highway and freeway shoulders, rooftops, public utility areas, commercial properties, and solar farm landscapes. Kurapia can tolerate light foot traffic, but is not recommended for heavy foot traffic areas like playgrounds or sports fields. Click here for more information.
This gate has a little Asian influence to honor the heritage of the owners family. We will build this gate in house at the Finnamex fab shop. Design by M.Silvola
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