IFTA Study Tour is currently sold out for Single Occupancy and Double Occupancy registration.
There are still a few local rate spots available. Click below to register for the local option. Please Note: The local option does not include hotel room or transportation.
59th Annual Conference
Grand Rapids, Michigan
February 6-12, 2016
Thanks to everyone who attended the 2016 Annual Conference and helped make it a success! Many presentations have been posted to the Members Only section of the website and more will continue to be posted in the coming weeks. 2016 members will have to log in to the website in order to view the presentations from the Pre-Conference Intensive Workshop as well as the Annual Conference.
Renew your IFTA Membership Today!
Click on the Renew Your IFTA Membership Today button on the right side of the the screen or choose Renew Your Membership from the Membership drop-down menu on the top of the page.
2016 membership is only $175.
Your orchard must be a 2016 IFTA member in order to attend the Annual Conference, Study Tour or to view the presentations from the conference.
Thank you for contributing to the IFTA Research Foundation!
Thank you to all who have contributed to the Research Foundation this year, whether for current research projects and operation or to the permanent endowment fund. To see a list of recent donors, click here.
The IFTA Research Foundation provided grant money to six research projects awarded by the IFTA Research Committee for fruit tree research. As the Foundation continues to build the permanent endowment, returns from that investment will be able to fund future research projects. With your help, our organization will continue to be the leading international organization advancing intensive orchard systems. Please click here to
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