For the past 25 years Kelly has managed and consulted with vineyards, farms and ranches throughout the western USA, Spain, Australia and China. In 2012 he spent two months in Australia and New Zealand giving presentations and workshops on extended-season vineyard grazing. His studies include Ecological Horticulture at UC Santa Cruz (Farm and Garden Program), Viticulture at UC Davis and Holistic Management with The Center for Holistic Management. For the past 15 years his work has focused on combining his experience in farming and viticulture with holistic management in order to create more ecologically, socially and economically sound farming and grape growing practices. This usually involves a considerable amount of help from livestock. This episode has been sponsored by Hearst Ranch.
“One of the reasons I got interested in viticulture is because it was a fairly progressive branch of agriculture.” [10:15] — Kelly Mulville on Greenhorn Radio