The 10th Annual Winter Green Up Conference

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The 10th Annual Winter Green Up Conference

Time: January 27, 2018 from 9am to 3:30pm
Location: The Century House
Street: 997 New Loudon Road
City/Town: Latham, NY
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Capital Region CCE
Latest Activity: Jan 3, 2018

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2018 Winter Green-Up Conference – Saturday, January 27th – The Century House, 997 New London Road, Latham (Albany County) – We are pleased to announce our Tenth Annual Winter Green-Up, held once again at The Century House in Latham, NY. This year, by popular request, Winter Green-Up has continued as a one-day event. We’ve made sure that there are great speakers, vendors, and the traditional Winter Green-Up lunch – at a great price, $75.00 per person. Rooms are being held for Friday and Saturday night at The Century House for $114 per night. Call 518-785-0931 to reserve. Please mention the Winter Green-Up conference to receive this special rate. Register online at https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/WGU2018_201. Questions about the conference may be directed to Hank Bignell at hdb48@cornell.edu or to Tove Ford, 518-765-3518 or cce-caahp@cornell.edu.

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