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Registrations open for North American Strawberry Symposium

Registration is open for the 10th North American Strawberry Symposium (NASS), a meeting of strawberry growers, researchers, and other industry members from around the globe, to be held in conjunction with the annual NASGA conference, March 7-10, 2023, in San Luis Obispo, California, USA. California, where nearly 90% of U.S. strawberries are grown, features a unique coastal environment with its western ocean exposure, moderate temperatures, warm sunny days, and cool, foggy nights – perfect for growing strawberries year-round. 

The Symposium will include two and a half days of workshops, reception, research presentations, marketing presentations, and poster sessions and will be followed by a post-conference tour on March 10, which will encompass strawberry production in the region as well as the research, training and testing facilities at the CalPoly Strawberry Center. The Program Committee is committed to making this a world-class research symposium for growers and scientists, and we eagerly look forward to seeing you in San Luis Obispo. Please share this with your strawberry colleagues and friends. It will be a wonderful opportunity for sharing and networking with fellow growers, researchers, and members of the strawberry industry.

Online Registration, along with information for the meeting, can be found at the NASGA website Mail-in registration forms can also be downloaded from the site. Sponsorship and Exhibitor details are also available on the conference web page.

For additional information or questions, please contact Kevin or Margo Schooley at 905-735-5379 or  

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