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July 24, 2013

SureHarvest Recognized by the Soil and Water Conservation Society

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 SureHarvest Recognized by the Soil and Water Conservation Society

Honored for innovative consultant work and pioneering role in technology

 (Reno, NV – July 24, 2013) SureHarvest was honored for its innovative work as a private sector consultant by the California-Nevada Chapter Soil and Water Conservation Society.  The award recognized the role SureHarvest has played in pioneering developing technologies and sustainability and certification programs which have helped the agricultural industry improve both profitability and environmental stewardship.

Dr. Tibor Horvath, the President of the California/Nevada Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society presented the award to SureHarvest’s Dr. Cliff Ohmart and specifically acknowledged SureHarvest’s leadership role in the California Almond Sustainability Program, the Sustainable Winegrowing Program and the Greener Fields Together Program.  

“Since its founding in 1999, SureHarvest has provided solutions for growers and agrifood companies pursuing sustainability strategies – sustainability management software, farming management software, sustainability consulting services and third-party certification for the agrifood supply chain.  SureHarvest developed the concept of the 5Ps of SustainabilityTM; Principles, Process, Practices, and Progress to design and implement sustainability programs for growers, packer/shippers, processors, wineries and their trade associations.  We believe that these private industry funded initiatives will play an important role in protecting our valuable soil and water resources for future generations”, announced Dr. Horvath. 

“We are thrilled SureHarvest’s contributions to the agrifood industry is being recognized by the Soil and Water Conservation Society”, Dr. Cliff Ohmart, Vice President of Professional Services. 

For more information about the California-Nevada Chapter Soil and Water Conservation Society visit: http://www.caswcs.org/