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North Coast cannabis sector bright economic spot in pandemic, poised for strong 2021

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As an essential business, the legal marijuana business benefited California, with the expected tally of $1 billion in overall state excise, cultivation and sales taxes in 2020.

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North Coast cannabis sector bright economic spot in pandemic, poised for strong 2021

North Coast cannabis sector bright economic spot in pandemic, poised for strong 2021

As an essential business, the legal marijuana business benefited California, with the expected tally of $1 billion in overall state excise, cultivation and sales taxes in 2020.

Why tech workers are migrating to Sonoma County during the coronavirus pandemic

Why tech workers are migrating to Sonoma County during the coronavirus pandemic

If this temporary trend takes hold broadly across many industries for years, it could have some profound ramifications for the county, analysts and business leaders said.

Ordinary life has vanished in fire-ravaged California

Ordinary life has vanished in fire-ravaged California

It’s impossible to quantify the losses caused by the Kincade fire

California Wildfire Survivors Are Building Back—at a Cost

California Wildfire Survivors Are Building Back—at a Cost

Residents rebuilding after last year’s deadly Tubbs Fire are taking more precautions

9.6 Billion Loss to CA Economy from Wine Industry Decline

9.6 Billion Loss to CA Economy from Wine Industry Decline

New Report from Sonoma State University Shows $9.6 Billion Loss to CA Economy from Wine Industry Decline  Rohnert Park, CALIFORNIA – The Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University ...

Power Outage in California Affects Millions as PG&E Tries to Avoid Wildfire

Power Outage in California Affects Millions as PG&E Tries to Avoid Wildfire

PG&E Corp. began cutting power to about 800,000 households and businesses across California in an unprecedented move to lower the threat of wildfires in the face of the kind of windstorm ...

Pandemic Will Create Big Revenue Losses For U.S. Wine Industry

Pandemic Will Create Big Revenue Losses For U.S. Wine Industry

The total U.S. wine revenue loss in 2020 could be $5.94 billion. According to a report at the Sonoma State University School of Business and Economics, California’s share of that wine ...

We stand with the Black Community, and People of Color

We stand with the Black Community, and People of Color

 It is critically important for us to take concrete actions to facilitate the changes we seek, both in our own community of Sonoma County as well as the broader wine community. We have ...

Vinexpo webinar tackles brand priorities for 2021

Vinexpo webinar tackles brand priorities for 2021

Trade show Vinexpo New York will host its fourth webinar this week, which will focus on adapting to US market changes during and after Covid-19

SSU survey shows majority of locals have positive perceptions of Wine Industry

SSU survey shows majority of locals have positive perceptions of Wine Industry

Residents of the North Bay’s five wine-producing counties hold mostly positive views of how wine businesses are impacting their quality of life, according to the findings of a new study by ...

Wine Industry Limps Along With Tasting Rooms Closed

Wine Industry Limps Along With Tasting Rooms Closed

Wine Industry Limps Along With Tasting Rooms Closed A report out this week from Sonoma State University estimates California wine businesses lost more than $4 billion dollars since the ...

Wine Spectator Learning Center celebrates first year

Wine Spectator Learning Center celebrates first year

The upscale Learning Center, which cost $11 million, has been open to students and staff for one year this semester.

The disintegration of the wine tourism economy

The disintegration of the wine tourism economy

The welcome mat for Sonoma County’s wine country was rolled up several weeks ago in the midst of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place, and there is no prediction of when it might