This year's summer tour will be in Quebec City, Quebec.
See you there!
You are invited to submit a proposal on strawberry research for consideration by NASGA. Included with this message are guidelines for you or others at your institution, to submit proposals for our 2016 funding decisions. Please forward this invitation to your colleagues in plant pathology, entomology and weed science. NASGA supports research in strawberry production that will benefit its grower members.
NASGA has developed a scholarship program for both new and young members as well as young researcher/extension personnel.
The goal of this scholarship is to respond to the generational change amongst the membership as well as entrance of new growers. We believe NASGA’s greatest assets are the summer tour and winter meeting and the friendly and open networking that takes place during these events. The idea is to get people to see the value of membership by experiencing it.
Scholarship Application Deadlines:
Summer Tour Quebec City, Quebec May 31, 2016
Winter Grand Rapids, Michigan September 15, 2016
The useful information found in our 2015 Symposium Talks is now accessible for NASGA members!
Enjoyed Our 2015 Summer Tour?
Take a look back into our gallery of all of the exciting stops and great educational talks we had during the tour!
The 2014-2015 password is in effect.
If you have not received your password by mail, please Contact Kevin Schooley.
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