Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO
Michigan Greenhouse Growers EXPO

Education Program

Click here to view the schedule of education program sessions

All sessions and workshops offered in the education programs of the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO and the Michigan Greenhouse Growers EXPO will be open to all attendees ( (except for the greenhouse workshop on Thursday which requires an additional fee). A multitude of topics will be covered in presentations by university researchers and extension specialists from Michigan State University and many other universities and research stations across the United States and Canada. There will also be presentations by growers, farm marketers and others involved with fruit, vegetable and greenhouse production and marketing. Click Here to download a copy of the Conference Brochure (4.3 Mb).

Session Summaries

Speakers in each education session have been asked to submit a brief summary of their presentation. Copies of the presentation summaries will be compiled by session and distributed during each session. The summaries will also be posted on the EXPO's website (click here) after the EXPO.

Educational Posters

Educational posters will be available for viewing in the Grand Gallery of DeVos Place outside the meeting rooms.

Education Credits for Michigan Pesticide Applicators and Certified Crop Advisors

Many of the education sessions will offer a re-certification points for Michigan Private and Certified Pesticide Applicators and continuing education units for Certified Crop Advisors. Instructions and necessary MDA or MCCAP forms will be issued at each eligible session. The conference program you receive at the EXPO will indicate the specific sessions in which education credits will be available. Available credit information will be included in the listing of education sessions on the website in mid-November.


Education programs supported by:

MSU Extension
Michigan AgBioResearch
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Michigan State University

December
9-11, 2014

Sponsored by
Michigan State
Horticultural Society

and
Michigan
Vegetable Council

in cooperation with
Michigan State
University Extension
Sponsored by
Metropolitan Detroit
Flower Growers Association

and
Western Michigan
Greenhouse Association

in cooperation with
Michigan State
University Extension