Event Calendar

January 2011

19-21 Mid-America Horticultural Trade Show
Mid-Am is an industry social network, helping horticulture professionals in the Midwest to connect and facilitate business for three years. Held at Navy Pier in Chicago, Ill. Learn more at www.midam.org or 800-223-8761.

19-21 Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE)
TPIE is a trade event showcasing the latest trends in foliage, floral and tropicals in South Florida. TPIE’s trade show covers 200,000 square feet and features more than 500 exhibiting companies. Learn more at www.tpie.org or 800-375-3642.

23-26 The Ohio State University Nursery Short Course and Central Enviornmental Nursery Trade Show—CENTS
All-day education Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Expanded afternoon sessions. Continuing education credits. Learn mor eat www.basicgreen.osu.edu and www.onla.org.

25-26 NJ PLANTS
An expanded green industries trade show presented by MAC Events for metro-area nursery growers, garden centers, landscape designers and maintenance service providers. Continuing education courses offered for licensed professionals. Held at the New Jersey Convention Center, Edison, N.J. in cooperation with the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association. Call (800) 332-3976 or e-mail [email protected].

26-28 WINTERgreen Conference & Tradeshow
Held at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga. Visit www.ggia.org for more information.

February 2011

15-17 Salon du Vegetal
The Salon du Vegetal is a trade show open to professionals in the ornamental plant industry only. Held at Parc des Expositions, Angers (49), France. Learn more at www.salon-du-vegetal.com.

16 Indiana Flower Growers Association Spring Bedding Plant Conference
Held at Heartland Growers in Westfield, Ind. Click here for more information.

March 2011

3-6 The 59th Annual Pacific Orchid Exposition
Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, Calif. Learn more at OrchidSanFrancisco.org.

June 2011

13-17 Responsible Peatland Management & Growing Media Production International Symposium
The goals of the symposium are to provide an opportunity to learn more about responsible peatland management, environmental, social economic values, peat usage and growing media practices. Held in Quebec City, Canada. Learn more at www.peatlands2011.ulaval.ca.

July 2011

9-12 OFA Short Course
Held in Columbus, Ohio. Visit www.ofa.org for more information.

September 2011

12-14 OFA Plug & Cutting Conference
Doubletree Hotel, San Jose, Calif. Visit www.ofa.org for more information.

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