Aug 31, 2006
National Floriculture Forum Goes To EuropeSource: Cornell University

The National Floriculture Forum (NFF) will be traveling to Europe in 2007. Attendees will visit a variety of European horticultural sites of interest and attend the International Trade Fair for Plants (IPM).

The 2007 NFF is scheduled to meet Jan. 21-28, 2007. Participants will have the opportunity to go to The Netherlands and Germany to attend the IPM, visit the Dutch auction and see many additional horticulture sites.

Attendees will arrive in The Netherlands on Jan. 22 and then travel to Essen, Germany, for two days at the IPM before returning to Holland.

The NFF is a meeting of academia, government leaders and industry professionals from the United States and Canada. It is an opportunity to share ideas with fellow members of the floriculture industry and learn more about what is happening all around the world in our industry.

For more information on attending the National Floriculture Forum, contact Mark Bridgen at Cornell University at [email protected] or (631) 727-3595.

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