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2016 IPPS EASTERN REGION CONFERENCE
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2016 IPPS EASTERN REGION CONFERENCE

9/21/2016 to 9/24/2016

When: Wednesday, September 21 through Saturday, September 24, 2016
6:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: Marriott Hartford Downtown
Hartford, Connecticut  
United States
Contact:
Margot Bridgen, Executive Secretary/Treasurer

Phone: 631-765-9638

Details
Join us in Hartford, Connecticut for the 2016 IPPS Eastern Region Conference. The conference program offers topics on plant production with a Yankee “know-how” flair. There will be panel discussions and speakers will take questions and comments during their talks.
There will be tours on three of the four conference days giving you ample opportunity to learn something new! The full day pre-conference tour on Wednesday, September 21st will allow you to tour the fantastic plant collections of The Arnold Arboretum and Mt. Auburn Cemetery. We will enjoy two half-day conference tours this year and visit Broken Arrow Nursery, Summer Hill Nursery and Casertano Greenhouses & Farms on Thursday and on Friday will start with lunch at Prides Corner Farms and travel on to Canterbury Horticulture and The Plant Group. You are sure to pick up an innovative production or propagation tip from one of these diversified stops.
We will round out the conference with plant auctions, a poster session and time to socialize. Our host hotel overlooks the Connecticut River and is in easy walking distance to restaurants, bars and local Hartford attractions.

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