Winemakers, grape growers urged to join program

Updated October 4 2021 - 3:56pm, first published September 28 2021 - 6:19pm
Margaret River Wine Sustainability Engagement Officer Eloise Jarvis said arum lilies impacted water resources required by vineyards and wineries. Photo: Taelor Pelusey.
Margaret River Wine Sustainability Engagement Officer Eloise Jarvis said arum lilies impacted water resources required by vineyards and wineries. Photo: Taelor Pelusey.

Margaret River's wine industry is backing a region-wide arum lily control program in a bid to improve the industry's sustainability and support biodiversity.

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