Catering to the professional golf and sportsturf management industry, the WCTA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 55th Annual WCTA Conference and Trade Show will take place at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond, British Columbia, February 14-16, 2018. On this page you will find links to information on all aspects of the show.
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CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAM
CLICK HERE FOR ALL SPEAKER BIOS AND SESSION SYNOPSES
CLICK HERE FOR PRE AND POST CON SEMINAR INFORMATION
CLICK HERE FOR CEC/CEU AVAILABILITY (both BC and Alberta approvals are in!)
EXCLUSIVE ACCOMMODATION AT THE RIVER ROCK CASINO RESORT FROM $159 / NIGHT IF BOOKED BEFORE JAN 11, 2018
Call 1-866-748-3718, indicating ‘1802WESTER’ as your group code or for online booking, visit: http://bit.ly/2AMhGWQ
Plans for the conference include an exhibitor trade show, pre-conference seminars and multiple education tracks spanning all sectors of turf management. The organizing committee is also working on several social networking events including the Dave Creamer Memorial Hockey Game (pending icetime availability) and a golf tournament to support turf research project funding.
President Peter Sorokovsky enthusiastically stated, “Get ready for a new venue! The Board had a couple options in Richmond and while the other choice was suitable, I’m very happy with the River Rock decision.” He added, “This is a brilliant venue like no other, is close to the airport and has everything we need for an amazing event next February.”
Preparations have begun and more information will be revealed when available. Room rates start at $159/night; we recommend reserving as soon as booking information is released.
About the WCTA
The WCTA is a 700+ member, inter-provincial, not-for-profit industry organization whose purpose is to promote the interchange of scientific and practical knowledge through education, discussion, research and to undertake advocacy relating to the care and management of turfgrass.
The WCTA is proud to serve and support a diverse range of professional turf management interests such as golf courses, school boards, municipalities, sod farms, nurseries, landscapers, lawn bowling greens, mechanics, horticulturists and industry suppliers.
For further information, contact:
Jerry Rousseau, Executive Director
Western Canada Turfgrass Association