01-31-17 Ten Reasons to Attend the Third Annual CFVGA Conference on Feb 21st


Ten Reasons to Attend the Third Annual CFVGA Conference on Feb 21st
  1. Be entertained, inspired and informed with the Produce Fresh Trends Quiz Show by keynoter Pamela Reimenschneider, editor, Produce Retailer magazine
  2. Learn what the new FSMA rules mean for your operation/business
  3. Network with fellow growers, companies and other in the produce industry
  4. Kill two birds with one stone by attending FSMA food safety training Feb. 20, the day before the conference, and the conference Feb. 21
  5. Learn the latest and greatest in the produce industry by visiting with 30-plus exhibitors
  6. Learn about your organization and have a say in its priorities at the annual business meeting
  7. Enlarge your business opportunities at the ever-popular grower-buyer networking session
  8. Learn about labor, food safety produce trends and research
  9. Enjoy a scrumptious, Colorado-produce lunch
  10. Use clickers to express your opinions during general sessions (Really, it’s fun!)
  11. BONUS TIP-Register by Feb. 7 and SAVE! http://cfvga.org/ Members enjoy discounted registration. Not a member? Join today:


CFVGA’s full-day conference is designed to inspire growers and others in the produce industry as well as to provide networking and education. More than 300 people, including produce buyers and exhibitors are expected to attend. Conference registration is now open. For more information and to register: http://cfvga.org For more on CFVGA: http://coloradoproduce.org

The CFVGA is comprised of more than 200 members, including growers of all sizes and types of production throughout the state, as well as representatives of allied industries. The Colorado fruit and vegetable growing sector contributes nearly $300 million to Colorado at the farm gate and is multiplied as it goes through the distribution chain. Over 60,000 Colorado acres are in fruit and vegetable production.


Arkansas Valley:  Dominic Disanti and Glenn Hirakata
Northern Colorado: Robert Sakata and Jason Condon
San Luis Valley:  Amy Kunugi and Roger Mix
Tri-River Area: Bruce Talbott and Reid Fishering
SW Colorado: Beth LaShell
Industry: Larry Duell and Marley Hodgson/Dan Long
Partner:  Mike Bartolo and Adrian Card