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Established in 2003 by friends, family members and associates, the Joe Heitz Memorial Endowment honors Joe's life-long interest in education, his fascination with the California Coast and his contributions to the Laboratory.
The Heitz Family is pleased to make an investment in our next generation of scientists by providing financial support for several talented students. Recipients for 2015/2016: Kelsey Craig and Andrew Kim studying The Effects of Coastal Pollution on Marine Organisms; Chessie Colley-Rieders and Kiley Searle studying The Oceans, Global Change Ecology and Experimental Invertebrate Biology; Franklin Tran studying The Effects of Coastal Pollution on Marine Organisms. Photo provided by Bodega Marine Laboratory.
For more information: bml.ucdavis.edu
"In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, the museum brought together vintners and members of winemaking families whose own histories connect in significant ways to the early 1960s. While some established new vineyards, others transformed existing facilities into modern, distinctive wineries."
Kathleen Heitz Myers represented the Heitz family at the gathering which also featured Chalone Vineyard, The Eyrie Vineyard, Mount Eden Vineyards and Dr. Frank's Vinifera Wine Cellars.
In anticipation of a winemaker dinner featuring Heitz Martha's Vineyard Cabernet, the VINGA restaurant staff in Seoul greeted Harrison with a life-size replica of the legendary wine.
"As part of its participation in the Fish Friendly Farming Environmental Certification Program, Heitz Wine Cellars is improving riparian habitat along Conn Creek, a tributary of the Napa River that runs through one of Heitz's vineyards near St. Helena." - St. Helena Star, March 8, 2007
We have embarked on a multi-year project at our Trailside Vineyard to restore the creek banks along its border. The first phase involved removal of invasive non-native plant species, including Blue Gum Eucalpytus, Himalayan Blackberry and Giant Reed.
As one of the earliest properties in Napa County to enroll in the Fish Friendly Farming Program, Heitz Wine Cellars is proud to be the recipient of an award of Congressional Recognition for excellence in Stream Habitat and Restoration. We intend to ensure that the delightful wildlife community that resides along the creek at Trailside Vineyard will continue to thrive for generations to come.
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