Crowds gather to attend a symposium at last year’s
Almond Conference theme, “Growing Advantage,” reflects the forecast for a nearly 2-billion-pound crop. What once was a distant dream about the growth of the almond crop is now a reality. We must continue to grow, sell and promote California Almonds in new and innovative ways.
To meet the current challenges of our growth, the relevance of the Almond Board’s research programs rises commensurately. The Almond Conference provides updates about research and showcases areas where your assessment dollars are spent.
Don’t miss out on opportunities to attend these symposia Dec. 7–8:
- Growing a 2-Billion-Pound Crop — It’s a Game Changer
- Economics of Production
- Plant Nutrition Management
- Honey Bee Health and Supply
- What’s New in Pest Management
The luncheon on Dec. 7 will feature “A Year in Review” by Almond Board of California CEO Richard Waycott. On Dec. 8, luncheon attendees will be entertained and educated by May R. Berenbaum, Ph.D., author of Buzzwords: A Scientist Muses on Sex, Bugs, and Rock ’N’ Roll. Mark your calendar for The Almond Conference on Dec. 6–8, and reserve your seat online.