About

 MGGA President

Hello,

Welcome to the Missouri Grape Growers Association website. It’s my hope that MGGA becomes a valuable resource to everyone interested in growing wine grapes in and around Missouri. Whether marketing tons of grapes to the growing number of wineries in the Midwest or growing grapes as a hobby, the MGGA is here for you. 

The purpose of the Missouri Grape Growers Association is to 1) educate and share information developed from new research; 2) recommend and encourage research to solve  viticulture problems; 3) promote Midwest grape varieties; 4) advocate on behalf of the grape and wine industry; and 5) bring value to members through strategic partnerships and communication forums. 

The association is directed by members who volunteer their time to serve on the MGGA board. In the coming months the board of directors will be working to take your ideas and map out a positive course for adding value to your membership in the Missouri Grape Growers Association.

If you have questions or ideas, reach out to one of us on the board and let us know. We look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Jason Gerke, President MGGA

 

MGGA’s Purpose:

The purpose of the Missouri Grape Growers Association is to 1) educate and share information developed from new research; 2) recommend and encourage research to solve  viticulture problems; 3) promote Midwest grape varieties; 4) advocate on behalf of the grape and wine industry; and 5) bring value to members through strategic partnerships and communication forums.

The MGGA is a non-profit agricultural organization dedicated to uniting growers and providing an open forum to exchange ideas.

Please visit the contact page for the current list of officers and board of directors.

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