Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 2019 AFTA Conference!

Please share this announcement with anyone who may be interested!

Please consider submitting an abstract for the 2019 North American Agroforestry Conference to be held June 24-27, 2019 in Corvallis, Oregon. Submissions are due by Friday, January 4, 2019.

Join us to:

  • Learn about the latest advances in agroforestry research, practice, outreach, economics, and policy
  • Tour innovative on-the-ground systems with agroforestry practitioners
  • Share your agroforestry experience, skills, and knowledge
  • Build connections with peers and develop your professional network

The Association for Temperate Agroforestry welcomes your presentation, poster, and session proposals. For more information on submitting a proposal for the 2019 North American Agroforestry Conference,  visit: https://afta2019.org/abstracts.

Please also feel free to share the save-the-date with any groups or individuals who may be interested!

Please contact Badege Bishaw (badege.bishaw@oregonstate.edu) or Shannon Murray (shannon.murray@oregonstate.edu) with any questions. Early registration will open in mid-January 2019.

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