July 19-23 100th Annual Meeting of the Northern Nut Growers Association. Purdue University, West Lafayette. For details, visit http://nutgrowing.org/meetinfo.htm.
August 21-22 Maine Farm Days. Barker Farm, Leeds. For more information, visit www.mainefarmdays.com.
August 7-9 Northeast Organic Farming Assocation 35th Annual Summer Conference. UMass, Amherst. To register, visit www.nofasummerconference.org.
July 21-23 Ag Expo. Michigan State University, East Lansing. For details, visit www.agexpo.msu.edu.
July 29 – August 2 Cheshire Fair. Swanzey. For more information call 603-357-4740 or go to www.cheshirefair.com.
August 11-13 Empire Farm Days. Rodman Lott & Son Farms, Seneca Falls. For more information, visit www.empirefarmdays.com.
August 11-16 Chenango County Fair. Norwich. Visit http://www.chenangocountyfair.homestead.com for more information.
August 27 Bejo Field Day. Geneva. For more information, visit www.bejoseeds.com or call 315-789-4155.
July 14 North Dakota State University Organic Farming Field Day. NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Center, Dickinson. For more information, contact Patrick Carr, Ph.D., at North Dakota State University Dickinson Research Extension Center, 1041 State Ave., Dickinson, ND 58601; call 701-483-2348, ext. 143; e-mail Patrick.Carr@ndsu.edu; or visit www.montanaorganicassociation.org/ndsuorganicfarmfieldday.htm.
August 18-20 Ag Progress Days. Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center, Rock Springs. For information, visit http://apd.psu.edu.
July 24-26 Annual Foster Old Home Days. Foster. For information, contact Heidi Colwell at 401-647-5522.
July 8 On-Farm Composting 101 Workshop. Highfields Compost-ing Center, Hardwick, Vt. For more information, call 802-472-5138, ext. 203; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.highfieldsinstitute.org.
July 17 Afternoon in the Greenhouse, an Aquaponics Training Course. Montello. For more information, contact Nelson and Pade, Inc. at 608-297-8708 or visit www.aquaponics.com.
July 18-19 Training Course: Aquaponics and Controlled Environment Agriculture. Montello. For more information, contact Nelson and Pade, Inc. at 608-297-8708 or visit www.aquaponics.com.
July 21-23 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. Waterloo. Visit www.wifarmtechnologydays.com for more information.
August 21 Managing Cover Crop Profitability. Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, East Troy. Visit www.michaelfieldsaginst.org or call 262-642-3303, ext. 128, to learn more.
July 14-16 Information Agriculture Conference. Crowne Plaza, Springfield, Ill. Watch for details and program updates on www.infoag.org.
July 19-23 Northern Nut Growers Association 100th Annual Meeting. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. For complete details, visit www.icserv.com/nnga/meetinfo.htm.
July 22-23 Irrigation Association 2009 Water Conference. Park City, Utah. For details, visit www.irrigation.org or call the association at 703-536-7080.
July 22-25 National Onion Association Summer Convention. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Visit www.onions-usa.org for details.
July 24-26 Produce Marketing Association’s Foodservice Conference. Monterey, Calif. Call 302-738-7100 or visit www.pma.com/foodservice for details.
August 2-5 International Fruit Tree Association Summer Tour 2009. Nova Scotia, Canada. Visit www.ifruittree.org to learn more.
August 9-13 93rd Annual Meeting of The Potato Association of America. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Visit www.paa2009.org for more information.
August 11-12 North American Strawberry Growers Association Summer Tour. Four Points Sheraton Hotel, Chicago, Ill. For more information, visit www.nasga.org or contact Kevin Schooley at email@example.com or 613-258-4587.
September 1-3 2009 Farm Progress Show. Decatur, Ill. Visit www.farmprogressshow.com for information.
September 9-11 2009 Washington Public Policy Conference – United Fresh Research & Education Foundation. Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. For more information, contact Angela Bezon, UFPA, at 202-303-3405; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.unitedfresh.org.