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Herrick Grapevines is moving their national headquarters to Tehama County -- and they're hiring!

Posted: Dec 27, 2019 3:03 PM
Updated: Dec 27, 2019 3:46 PM

RED BLUFF, Calif. - Herrick Grapevines is moving their national headquarters to Tehama County -- and they're hiring!

Herrick sells grapevine stock throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. They have operating out of multiple counties, including Napa, Yolo and Sacramento.

They will be moving their operation to the old Norcal Nursery facility located off of Highway 99 just north of Dairyville.

The company has purchased property in Gerber and Red Bluff and have been planting stock for the past 3-4 years. Now that the stock has matured, they can expand their operations in Tehama County, and move their headquarters.

They sell many different varieties of grapevines, including multiple types of cabernet, pinot noir, and even table grapes.

Company partner Diego Barison told Action News Now that they are aggressively hiring right now. They have some staff that will be moving to the North State with the company, but will still need to hire approximately forty people. They need both field workers and office workers.

You can get an application on their website. Just CLICK HERE to get the application.

You can bring your application to the new headquarters at 11781 Highway 99 in Red Bluff, located just north of Dairyville.

Barison said they wanted to move to Tehama County so they could keep their grapevine stock isolated from disease neighboring vineyards and because of the weather in Tehama County. He said they need long, hot summers with a cold, dormant winter period.

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