WCTA Set to Double Down – Conference & Trade Show to Return to River Rock Casino Resort in 2019

Release…Friday, April 13, 2018, updated Nov 14, 2018

With BC’s largest casino as the backdrop, along with a world class education program, 50+ companies exhibiting and several fun-filled networking activities, the 2018 WCTA Annual Conference held at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond, BC was our best attended show in the past 5 years.

“It was an easy decision to return to the River Rock in 2019,” stated WCTA President Peter Sorokovsky.  “It was pretty much preordained by all those who stayed to the end when we asked them if we should come back next year.  The answer was an overwhelming yes!”

Now it’s official.  The WCTA Board has made the final decision and the venue has been booked for February 20-22, 2019, one week later than the 2018 event.

Preparations have already begun and further information will be revealed when available.  WCTA Executive Director Jerry Rousseau hinted, “It will be hard to beat the 2018 conference education program but there were a couple amazing speakers we couldn’t get because of scheduling conflicts.  We won’t have that problem for 2019.” 

The Do's and Don'ts

-You don't need to be a WCTA member to attend our show;
-You don't need to be from Western Canada to attend our show;
-You don't need to be lucky to enjoy the River Rock Resort;
-You Do have to want to learn a lot, newtwork with friends and have a great time!

Everyone is welcome, come share the experience!

Delegate registration is scheduled to begin early December.

About the WCTA

Catering to the professional golf and sportsturf management industry, the WCTA is a nearly 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
(604) 896-9282