Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program
Promoting Stewardship / Protecting the Environment
Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP), administered by the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development, is an innovative, proactive program that helps farms of all sizes and all commodities voluntarily prevent or minimize agricultural pollution risks.
MAEAP teaches farmers how to comply with state and federal environmental regulations. Farmers who successfully complete the three phases of MAEAP are rewarded by becoming verified.
Michigan's wine industry is proud to be a leader in utilizing sound environmental practices in producing world class, quality wines. Many Michigan vineyards are participating in the voluntary program. Once the vineyard completes the verification process, they are eligible to receive a MAEAP sign to display.
Look out for the MAEAP logo at wineries, vineyards and farms throughout Michigan.
MAEAP Verified Wineries in Michigan
12 Corners Vineyards
2 Lads Winery
45 North Vineyards
Black Star Farms
Bowers Harbor Vineyards
Brys Estate Vineyard and Winery
Chateau Chantal Winery and Inn
Chateau de Leelanau Winery and Cidery
Chateau Grand Traverse
Cherry Creek Old Schoolhouse Winery
Contessa Wine Cellars
Country Mill Orchard and Winery
Crooked Vine Vineyard and Winery
Domaine Berrien Cellars
Fenn Valley Vineyards
Mackinaw Trail Winery
Northern Sun Winery and Tasting Room
Petoskey Farms Vineyard and Winery
Round Barn Winery, Brewery, and Distillery/Free Run Cellars
St. Julian Winery
Sandhill Crane Vineyards
Walloon Lake Winery
Westview Orchards Winery