Bevill Family Trust
This 8-acre vineyard is managed by owner Duff Bevill with cover crops to protect soil and water quality in nearby Dry Creek.
Davero Sonoma, Inc
Ferrari-Carano Vineyards & Winery—Estate Vineyard, Beckman Ranch, and Keegan Ranch
Ferrari-Carano’s 50-acre Estate Vineyard, certified in 2005, borders both Dry Creek and Dutcher Creek where revegetation projects are ongoing. The Beckman and Keegan ranches, totaling over 100 acres, were certified in 2008 and are managed to protect soil using cover crops. An invasive plant eradication program is underway to remove Himalayan blackberry, blue periwinkle, and Arundo donax from Dry Creek and re-plant with native plant species to increase wildlife habitat.
Lytton Estate East Ranch
This 50-acre site is situated on the rolling hills between Dry Creek Valley and Alexander Valley. A number of creeks dissect the site. Vineyard manager David Gates uses cover crops and low chemical input on the vineyards to protect water quality in these creeks. As part of their farm plan, Ridge Vineyards will be working with the FFF program to complete a revegetation plan for several of the creeks. In 2003, Ridge Vineyards was recognized with an award from FFF for Excellence in Water Quality Improvement and Protection.
Meyer Lease - Mazzoco Dry Creek
Michel Schlumberger Winery Home Ranch
This 90-acre site borders Wine Creek and is implementing a riparian revegetation and invasive non-native plant control project on Wine Creek.
Polesky-Lentz Vineyard—Herbert’s Ranch and Lentz Ranch
Herbert’s Ranch, 20 acres, borders Dry Creek and has completed an invasive plant removal and riparian revegetation project as part of the farm plan. Lentz Ranch is a 40-acre hillside vineyard managed for soil conservation and water quality improvements.
Quivira Vineyards & Winery
This site encompasses 90 acres of floodplain lands adjacent to Wine Creek and Dry Creek. This stretch of Wine Creek supports Coho salmon but due to channel entrenchment moving upstream from Dry Creek, the creek is also significantly degraded with eroding stream banks and undercut and dying riparian forest.