CAPCA Conference

46th Annual CAPCA Conference & Agri-Expo

October 11-13, 2020

Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, California

More Details to come in 2020

Registration for hotel and conference will begin in May

Registration & Rates

WE are still working on the program and accreditations for this meeting.  As more information regarding the show becomes available it will be posted on the site.

46th Annual CAPCA Conference & Agri-Expo

October 11-13, 2020 – Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, California.

Contact Dee Strowbridge with any questions:
916-928-1625 or dee@capca.com

Members - $335
Exhibitors² - $415
Non-Members - $415
Educator² - $230
Student² – $150
Spouse¹ - $175
Child¹ - $100

Student Network Event Only (Sunday) - $50
Nitrogen Mgmt Meeting  Only (Sunday) - $75

 

1. Only need to be registered if they are attending a Conference event (Breakfast, Lunch, Receptions & Tradeshow). Hours will not be recorded at this rate.

2. May not hold a DPR license.  Discounted registrations will not be accredited continuing education hours.

Hotel Accommodations

Hotel registration will open in May 2020.

Always book your accommodations through CAPCA’s website or directly with the hotel. Our contract with GSR guarantees that we will have the lowest rate available during the dates of conference.

Make your dining plans early as onsite restaurants fill up fast.

CAPCA Annual Conference & Agri-Expo

The California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) Annual Conference and Agri-Expo is the major continuing education meeting for CAPCA and for the state’s PCAs. Members generally obtain one-third of their state continuing education requirements at this meeting. Continuing education credits are applied for with the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, Arborist Association, California Certified Crop Adviser Program, California Certified Nurseryman’s Program, and the state departments of agriculture in Oregon, Arizona and Nevada.

CAPCA represents a membership of 75% of the nearly 4,000 California EPA licensed pest control advisers (PCAs) who provide pest management consultation for the production of food, fiber and ornamental industries of this state. CAPCA’s mission is to facilitate the success of the licensed pest control adviser. CAPCA’s purpose is to serve as the leader in the evolution of the pest management industry through the communication of reliable information. CAPCA is dedicated to the professional development and enhancement of our members’ education and stewardship, which includes legislative, regulatory, continuing education and public outreach activities.

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